The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 8, 1952
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-•^^^•^mm^mtm^ BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NFWSPAPPo rnr wrrt3T*rjc'A r™ .1-.*^ .. »^ . n „ VOL. XLVII—NO, 205 Taft Gains Confidence In Victory 'I'll Win,' Taft Says of First Voting Tuesday CONCORD. N. H. Wi—Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, expressing confidence oJ victory for Die first, time, slugged his way Die rural precincts ol New Hampshire today in a windup bid for endorsement of his Republican presidential aspirations. He told a 1,600 standing-room crowd in the Practical Arts Auditorium last night (hat Ills reception at a doicen speeches along the campaign road convinced him "I'm going to win the primary next Tuesday." It was all Taft in the campaigning and a fighting, aggressive Taft who was daring supporters of Gen Dwighl D. Eisenhower to "call a spade a spade" as the nation's first primary campaign came to a virtual close. New Hampshire residents vote Tuesday on presidential candidates and delegates to the national conventions. Beyond some television appearances and the presence in the state of Sen. JCefauvcr (D-TennK who Is challenging President Truman Tor the Democratic nomination the Invasion ot New Hampshire's towns was about over. The last-minute political done sheets gave Gen. Dwight D Eisenhower, on absent but available candidate, a slight edge over Taft in (he GOP preferential popularity test on next Tuesday's ballot Most observers thought that Els- enhower's "big name" list of delegates would win most of tlie state's 14 votes to the Republican pr 0s i- derilml nominating convention In Chicago next July. What would happen on the Demo- was somewhat proble- supporfers -said they Blytheville courier Blythevllle Daily New« Mississippi Valley Leader Blytheville Herald cratic side matical. Truman ,_,,,,_ 10 .,„, were confident they would roll up j »<juili lull uu substantial margin for the President in the popularity test and deliver all of the state'., eifrht Democratic delegates to him. Kcfauver had hopes of victory Former Gov. Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota also is („ the GOP THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI BbYTliKVILLK, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY. MARCH 8, 1952 TEN PAGES NEW TWiST OX VKTS KhTURV-Dr Chaiic Williams Indiana- polls, Intl.. creels his wife with a handful of roses and a bi» Hss on her arrival in Seattle aboard the Military Transport Ship LaGuanlia Will) 318 other dependents from the Far East. The doctor, who met the Navy nurse in an Indianapolis hospital and later flew lo Japan to _ marry her, spent a nervous lime on dock when wife's debarking was held up by a baggage delay. "To Hell with the baggage," he finally screamed. "Let It go back to Japan for all I care!" (A P Wirephoto) Bids on County Hospital To Be Opened April 8 Bids on construction of county hospital units hi Blytlieville and Osceola will be opened at 2 p.m. April 8 at the court House here a<cording ty letier received yesterday by the Chamber of Commerce 'from Bruce R. Anderson of Little Bock, architect for the project. Mr. Anderson's letter stated that* plans and specifications were bcinp shipped to the Blytheville Chamber of Commerce. Worth D. Holder manager of (he Chamber of Commerce, said these had not arived 'Opium-/or-Guns' Smuggling Deal Sends Supplies to Red Ckinese Refugees in Northeastern Burma NKAU T11K BURMESK BORDER IN NOUT1IKHN THAILAND (AH C)iinr,r SINGLE COPIES PrVB CENTS sras ...... • President to Prepare Campaign-For Whom? KEY WfiST, Ha. (,v,- P t Truman settled down today at his con Democratic parly's national and congressional ndl "«i identified for publication, but they include teachers, missionaries, ol- iicial foreign observers, leading niercliants, local newsmen, army officers, senior Thai civil servants and police officials. Although their information var- > ltd in detail it outlined a general j paUi'in strongly suuuorted hv evi- , -..U..SIJ jup^ji Ltn u} L\i- ' ... .- ^,. v .,i,,,,,, tt ^L-mtu uottn ujciay at n T^^°Z-£^~™^° r f T" ,'° ' i '"" C '' "" *"' '"' '° 52 P 0 """"' C '""»P">'«>»1> UghU work.,: ai.angcmem | Ho intends to stump the country, virtually slate by slate. In this A Chinese posing as a merchant | ic " r ' s "«tion campaisns, whether as a candidate for reelection or the but reported to be a Nationalist i cb " m l )lon of "" "~ ' Army colonel, maintains lieadquar- dates. •+ The PiC'sio'i'iif, who flew here from Washington yesterday, takes to the bench this morning for a swim in the Atlantic and a sunbath at llw enlisted men's beach of this naval submarine station. He plans to slay hero for three weeks, unless there should be a change for the worse in the condition of Mrs. David M. Wallace Mrs. Truman's 8D-year-old mother who Is seriously 111 at Filair House In Washington. Truman's close associates ters in Chiang Mai as the link between the Chinese Embassy in n>«-tn mi; ^nun-si: njiioa-ssy m Bangkok. Thailand's capital, a n d' J\ t\ t the Nationalists in Burma. <KAU/Of K3!3t"ira His job is to funnel supplies re- I UWCl ISUlUlIUj In South-Byrd yet but will be available at the city Hall office. Construction of both county hospital units will cost approximately *1 500,000. The federal government will pay about two-thirds of the costs and the other one-third will be financed by the levying of a three-mill construction tax on Mississippi County residents. The TO-bed unit here will cost Pinay f s Cabinet Finally Formed Government Supports Atlantic Defense, European Army ceived from Bangkok by air and rail, as well ns locally-produced fooil ami clothing, alross the border. He ha.s .several assistants. In exchange the Chinese Nationalists in Burma send raw opium to Chiang Mai for fonvardirjg to Bangkok and onward. The opium is grown in Burma's Shan states and the Yunnan Province of China. It long has been an important, though illicit industry in this part of the country. Since 1949 it has been stimulated by tlie presence ol about 10,000 ill- equipped and hungry Chinese Nationalist forces who were pushed over the Burma border by the Chinese Reds. These troops have been a source of acute anxiety to tlie Burmese and Thailand people and the governments of the United Suites and Britain, Tile Russian and Chinese Communist governments have accused the United States of helping supply and reinforce them with troops flown from Formosa, and have charged that an act of aggression against Communist China was being readied in Southeast Asia. Burma fears the situation will lead to trouble with Red China. • PARIS IA; -Premier Anloine Pin. nformant claiming to be fa- ay today; formed, a. cabinet to give lo do with construction of [hem. Rene Pleven, the ex-premier who Oregon Primary Looms Important 5 Republicans, 3 Democrats Entered In Presidential Race SALEM. Ore. (AP) _ oiftm\ presidential primary election May 16 looms as one of the nation's Important primaries, with five Renub- j hcans and three Democrats enter- Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio was not entered, keeping everybody in doubt until the filing period closed at 5 jxm. yesterday. Gen. Douglas MaeArthtir and i E. Stassen, Qov. Earl Warren of ' — ...*.. t,v.i.>i.i UILJ.UH 01 mem, i ««-vnc i-ioi:ii, i-iie ex-premier who is headed by Chris P. Tonipltlm oil first, proposed the European army Burdctte. The members, serving BOCS In as defense minis Qr In ""-,-' <;inatrlirl>*l ( - T^ _ , -. — *,* r* . — . '-"J^^i Jll ];l,t^( . , ggered terms, nre Dr. J. K Beos- I ley and L. O. Nash of Blytheville ' Dr. L. D. Mnssey and Faber Whit* of Osceola. R. c. Branch of Pecan Point and Earl Wildy of Etowah Blytheville's unit will be located in Country club Heights addition South of Highland Street between 10th and Rogers. Osceola's will be located on a five-acu a ,^ south of Washington Street between School and Graiidvie\v Streets. The hospital project has been ing Chinese Nationalist forces in Burma in any way. Russell's Presidential Bid Makes Certain 'Acceptable' Platform WASHINGTON W>, — Sen, Byrd 'f Virginia said today the South will lave "the balance ol power — the deciding voice" in the November presidential election. Sen. Maybank D-SC agreed and added that the bid of Sen. Russell of Georgia for Die Democratic presidential nomination 'm'ukcs it certain the party will adopt, a platform acceptable to the South." Like Maybank, Byrd is backin- Russell for the tc]j spot on the Democratic ticket. Southerners wh- persuatled Russell to seek the nom (nation have made u plain their goal is to keep President Truman from being re-eleclcd, if he decides to run again. Maybank said "there is scarcely any doubt" Truman would win the nomination if he becomes a candidate. The President is expected to announce whether he will seek reelection' late this month. , ----.T „,-.--,, Dick RusA'ii -ih.f have an excellent chance of being nominated and elected president if Truman doesn't run." Maybank added. Sen. Kefauver of Tennessee is the only other Democratic candi- hc definitely will announce Ills candidacy for re-election, or his [H an import-Hit political speech In' Washington March 29. the day after his return to Washington Tlie occasion will be the $100-a- IJlatc Democratic Jefferson-Jackson dinner in the National Guard arm- The President came here alter a lull-scale meeting with his Cauinct at Iho White House yesterday morning. ' This meeting followed a nationwide radio and television address m which he sought lo put i!, c f)rcs . sure on Congress for enactment In full of his WOO.OOO.OOO program of military and economic air to free nations working with this country to stand off international comun- isni. The President Is reportedly con h some of his usually staunch" sup Si-e TjlUiWAjV on 1'ace 10 vinced the program will face' (0113! sledding In Congress and that evoi en run if the president does not. j Backers of Russell are marking! lo what their strategy will I Gorgeous George Says He Will Campaign lor " ' ' f U.S. time . egy w be if Truman is the nominee. Rns- I " - •— .'tivn^^ minister m nia"e ^ , i*nu,,u, ,.-> me nominee of Georges Ridanlt. Bidaaffi fell ill , department spokesman said [sell himself has declined to while atlf>nriin<r 1..*+ ,wT_ , !'he denials were based on invesli- uhMlim- >,« ,..~,,,,, ,-.,., _ ., . * reports that American while attending last montnVmcei" j ill); of the North Atlantic Trratv I ..-..Organization (NATO) Council in milltm >' personnel were seen in the Lisbon and said his health w ', sarea - He also said no American too poor for him to stay In the ' ! portcr claimed to have government. handled by the Mississippi County Hospital Committee, composed of five members each from the Chambers of Comercc ol Blytheville and Osceola. Red Cross Drive Third ",^',' ""'I 1 ? 1 ' promi ' sctf f he Assemblv he unit j would start a drive against wide- I spread tax dodging, try to reform tax gathering methods, effect administrative economies and raise In many ways, the new Cabinet closely resembled the middle-of-thc -road administrations that went before it. It leaned a little more to the risht because Pinay is n conservative. Republican National Convention Vyinz for the 12 Democratic convention votes will be Sen. Estes Kc- fauvcr of Tennessee, Gov. Adalai Stcvrnson of Illinois, and Supieine • Court Justice William O. Dou»las \ re- scen pcr- or American sonally Americans equipment in the area and the information appears to come from shadowy and unspecified source.?. The answer could not be found in or near Chiang Mai as to where the rifles, ammunition and other military supplies are coming from. sal Weather forecast: clear to partly cloudy this afternoon toni?ht anil W A I! M i; K Sunday. A little warmer this after. r iioon and tonight. Missouri forrrast: Parllv clotldi sr.uth. mostly cloudy north Satnr" day afternoon and nmht with oc- ,,..,v,.^v.. caiional light rain north Saturday ] Western Auto afternoon and rain or drizzle extreme, north Saturday nii!ht; Sunday partly cloudy and'a liHlc warm- Minimum hi., moruinp—32. Maximum yesterday—53 Sun.-et today—6:02. .Sunrise tomorrow—tirls. Precipitation 24 hours to 7 a.rn U. '::y —none. ' i V :al rirceipiUlion since Jan ' ' I1.S5. Mean temperature 'midway tw-eii hi ? h and low>—42,5. Normal n-.Mti temperature March- .51.2. Tills Dale Last Vrar Mlniniimi this motninv v; Maximum vesteid L ;\ fi^ Mississippi County's Red fund campaign today passed Che one-third mark toward its goal of '. SIB.OOd. An additional S8GO in Blylhcvlll^ | contributions announced today bv F'.irris McCalla, cliairman of the drive here, boosted the total col- ' leeicd to date to 55.55825. SIOO—Rosy. Hilz and Gem Theaters. STS—Blytheville Fertiliier Co Coca Cola Bottling Co. SSO-Blydieville Prnpane Co Hud rJlc.-.toti rmrt Co . Tfiram \Vyli~. Delta i Imnlement Co. s:'T-Cii!nni)lin Sales Co S25-Ru.«ell K. Mair. .lohnny :.fnrr. Dreifus Jewelers. Chcsl-r i Caldwell. Allen Petroleum, KLCN '< A. B. Reese. Whitsitt Shop Paul Byrvm. : S20 Jack Robinson Gin $15-Dr. Charles Crais. Farmer's Implement Co.. Holt Funeral Home Western Auto Store. John W Caudill. SIO—City Ice Co., Bormifs Dins; City Drug store. Foster's Limior Store. Firealonc Store. Ison's Auto Service. , .rermany «' ( _Five. more t.ermans have been arested iri a Cross , police roundup of persons susFrrl- ed of sellins inriustrial secrets of the f'.ratcsic Rhur to foretellers Authorities reported last r.i = ht the ill^a! sales nf secrtt^ ami "it .•^- ents were to "two Western Dowers" ; drtc^alions will be Pulaski.'with which v.eie not named. Common- '• Jefferson. 28; and Garland 25 isf.s were not involved as thev had ~ ' been in arrests Wednesday of fiv Missco to 23 Delegates at Party Convention Wis.;i.«ippl County will have the (ourth largest delegation nt the Arkansas Democratic Party convention next fall. Allotments of delegates to the convention were- made yesterday in Little Reck by the Arkansas Democratic Stale Committee, Mis.sis.sipp] County will have a 23-man dcleea lion. The three counties with larger whether he would lead a third iiar- ty under such circumstances. Tlie Georgian • has slated however, that lie 'would not hc.sitalc to leave the parly" if he felt the platform the Democrats adopt at their July convention »• o u 1 d be "damaging to the country." SAN FRANCISCO M'l - Gorgeous Ocorse, the perfumed and golden curled wrestler, stepped out in an orchid suit at a sports show lust nipht and announced he will run lor president. George told an audience ol 17000 he would file dent an campiis vision screeni. Prisoners Secretly Held in Red China, UN Delegate Says North Korean Calls Charge 'Fabrication, Delaying Act' H,v . ? ! "NSAN, Korea (AI')-A U. N. truce negotiator today bluntly accused the Communists or secrctlv imprisoning captured Allied soldiers - including Amcricnns - in Red L-ii Illii. . North Korean Maj. Gen. Lee Sant? Cho C't I!!'-??:,'!. tnbl ; l . cil , t ; 10 "" an(i a I'lii'tlier attempt, to t uience 01 17.- j „,„,„. nn mdcpcn- c ' nrmislicc negotiations. Hear A«tm. IJ. E. Libby. the UN * negotiator, nlso accused the Reds of "threatening" the u.N. Com- maiid in a slaie/neiit lAinlmling its treatment of war prisoners. Simultaneously, another group of Communist, negotiators backed down on nn attempt to write into an armistice a ban on a possible naval blockade of the' China coast. "We have convincing evidence that you are holding prisoners in detention camps outside ot Korea without reporting them lo our side," Libby said. "This evidence lias reached ns from too many sources to be ignored or lightly dismissed." The Communists always hare Insisted that all war prisoners arc held in North Korea, proof that United Nations prisoners are in Manchuria would weaken Heel China's claim that il is not a belligerent, in Korea. Chinese troops are called volunteers. Ubby said ii number of captured Communist soldiers have told of escorting u.N. prisoners to camps in China. "One such Individual described in detail a prisoner of irar pro- deep in , ----- , to which he Had helped escort captured United Nations iwrscmnel," Libby said An official U.N. spokesman said later the informant was a Chinese lieutenant n'ho told of seeing more than 1,000 U.N. prisoners-Americans. South Koreans and others — at the Harbin processing camp. Brit'. 'Cen. William P. rjuckols the spokesman, srfld the U.N. Command hnd no way of knowlm; whether these prisoners were among those whose names did not appear on the official Communist pri'.uni!!- roster turned over to the United Nations Command last December. Several times previously the U.N. has accused the Communists of holding Allied prisoners outside Korea. This was the [frsl time however. Litib.v has confronted them with details and the specified location ol at lcnst one prison ailed the delay tho ccssing center In Harbin Central Maiichu through the Re-Organization Of Tax Agency To Be Kii!ed r Sen, Mundt Believes Enough 'No' Votes Can Be Mustered WASHINGTON CAP,- sen Mundt (R-SD) predicted today facnate opponents of President Truman's plan to reorganize the tax- collecting service will Duster the necessary -13 votes to kill it. He .said in nn interview the Pros- idcnt's letter sent to the Capitol yesterday in support of the plan wn.s a "brazen effort lo divert attention from conditions of Kraft" In the administration. Other senators opposed to tho plan to reshuffle the scnndal- plngucd Internal Revenue Bureau were not so certain It could be defeated. One privately told a reporter it would be possible to muster 51 votes It if all 51- mcmbers opposed turned up when the showdown comes next week. But this same source pointed out it almost never u-ns possible to Kf.t all senators in attendance and that every absentee in effect was a vote fur the plan. The law governing reorganization measures requires a majority of the full mrinhership. or 4!) voles to reject a presidential proposal. A second tart letter the President wrote yesterday met milder reaction on Capitol Hill, in it he informed «ep. Chclf (D-Ky) that "the Justice Department had neither time nor personnel lo provide Chclfs House subcommittee with a loin; list of data it requested on tax cases. Truman said he »•;« baching AUy. 00.11. McG th'.s refusal to I Gen. Let came back with radc asainst what he called famous Instructors" from in U.N. prison camps. , „ .,, , s He c!'ar<4Cd Urn, the instructors j tlol '- n r ">)' such requests by the sub- See C;KASK-FIKK nn i>agc in ••',i.i.«in™. Df Jr?ates were allotted to the on the basis of one for . . K,i|'r md-r-tnali.-rs visncctfri of ' esrh JOO votcji or Iraclion cast f or peddluiT secreis to Coimmist East governor at the 1930 Democratic Germany. primary. Manila's 50th Anniversary— X^ i, '"£* new liomrs In Manila . . . the town has acquired about 150 idennal structures In the p.,st 10 years . . . (Courier News biz Ry {'i,An>K K, sr (Courier News Staff MANILA—This i; Hi." here—Ihe day Manila i; old—the day they're selling" the aiitcur.bitcs and br.i'-iercs and the clay thousands of people arc expected tn join in the golden anniversary celebration. hre pictures on I'a-r 3. be- for' Inside Today's Courier News . . . Pictures of Manila's nrn- «rcss . . . I'affc 3. . . . . . .Studio bought fnr $80 . . . Oj.ceola News . . . Paje 5. . . . l.llllp things ail.l fuel in And from Ibi o'iWni! for.i..ird i:«lii and (Ir-viO' day. I Mi \ in a (7,111,1 . . . spurt-. To lurlhrr thj, «, M [;, the City Council ha.s made one offir that to date remains, open Tl'e city has blocked off a section of Municipal Airport, and offered to lease at least 10 acres rent free for two years to anyone who will f-.vK-imii id v.jtii CJH[, duerMii- fr f. D. Sherid says, "and now were loosing for a 'taker.' " Mayor Shcdd explained that Manila wants this land to be «'«) fcr some crop such as sUav.bc-rrif s. "If •-• rtirtine can lake this and make it pay." officials say "maybe \<.c can hcln Ihe Manila area to rt'vcln;, a n ,o f( , diversified ac- ri-i'ltnie - -.-m-thirie the entire rr, : idy j;red>." M,i;vil,i-5, rr-idrmi,?l section has [•K'.'.n rapidly in th<> past few yi'.tt.; rmd Mayor .Sbcdd estimates Unit abmu IM lu .w homes hnvr- u-n conMrtii'trd In the last 10 City officials, now arc wo.kinc on plans j or bhcktnpping all of Manila's streets. -The city has done no work on its MdcwalkV Mayor Shedd says •and (hat will !„. a problem for II,i- lu-xl mayor, M;,,, y niclHid- '• ' f f- if Half-Century Mark Today Sc/70o/ Dispute w - ,- r* r i Wm '" Ceruses Faculty 'ormo.ia j sll l'P'y such infoi.nation by ordtr- j Ins all government agencies to turn ' dov.n any si committee. The subcommittee Is Investigating Die Justice Department accused of laxity in prosecuting tax lav violations. The subcommittee had asked for a list of all cases in the past six years which the department had failed to prosecute, delayed action on. or sent back to the agency which originally recommended ac-tion. The President wrote Chelf that he had "no wish to obstruct" any "legitimate Inquiry ... i am just as anxious as anyone else—probably more anxious than anyone eke —to find out" if there Is anything wroiiu in ihe Justice Department "and correct it." But Truman said Chell's request "is so broad and sweeping in scope (hat it would seriously interfere with the conduct ot tlie government's business . . .'• n would cost ••millions nf dollar*." he added. Chelf s.ild the President's action would delay the Mx-rmmVi deadline he had placed on bli inquiry. Segregationists economy needs some help,' .%!„>-- existing I i'litc a tat Mayor Stietid will not seek .,.election, as he has announced his candidacy for county judae. Helping guide the future development of Manila Kill t, c (i, c town's rrc-rptly-oiKani7/d Chamber of Criiiimrrrr. Hearllnc (his croup is A. A. Tipton. n J. McKinnon is vice president and Max T-aae.- is sccrctary-treasurrr jirn tcm. In ariclitiori to thr. three oflirrrs. the board <>[ directors is eom- [;o^eci of U'illinm Uni-o'Asky. \T. 13, Dennl • I' C. I-'li-finaii. IVd Uau'. Tun,MII !|,.». Dr. I! \s'. Ilatian. Von ,P:,)lilf. K C Wiiit- IK.V. fi'r.flfl C'oslner. K. i; Hrn- son. Howard Pr-rkitis ami Dal,; Carter. Mr Perkins and Mr. Holt. with the three officers, form the executive committee. The Chamber will have a paid sr-rrel.arv as snuu a.-, it is feasilil,- Altl.nunh I! l-h'l lorai.-d in M,I- inl.i, ih,. n, w P,IL' I.nk<- tnidir,. ix ty is a traffic hazard near the town has been eliminated on Highway 18. Motorists will be given an outlet to Blytheville and Mis ; .',uri without having to brave the sjiriiii! Roods, which as late as •ITisl Howled the road In that are; 1 .. The. Big Lake Bisters' Club, a political organization, was In part responsible r or this bridpe. In ID.iO. Afainl.1'* population was re.portud to be 1.723-quitc a s;ain ovt-i the :)00 persons wh^ formed the flr.-l :ettl<nienl in tlie HIR Tin: M'lunil ha-. !»,.,, i,, | ari , 0 imiiMiii- re,pi,n ihl- f,, r th,- town 1 !, ii- veli'pir.etit nr,d if todays auc- lion sa;e liuns out lo be as bis as expected. .Sti|icrlntcndent w W. Fowler may find he has plenty of money to buy the stage curtains and scenery. If Hi,- sluo.,000 K'Mt Is rcacheii ',:tiin:,t.-.l \,,l ut items lo Iw m RICHMOND. V:i.,i't f-rors have Ion trr what ihcy pr. ini.- Mate Virginia .r ; roin-il will be a '-;i!ti.; the PARAGOULD, Ark. M; _ ulty of Da* Grove fchool. four mile, bunal ruled iu:ai!imou«ly laic ve=- north of Paraeould. have submit- terday that ps'^r-u sfituti-i. -'-.ill led rtsisnations. in, for -scpr.rjte bu; cmial"" Jaciii- The rwignations reportedly stem- tiis tor the races cio not violate inetl trom a disagreement witii tiic the UK. Consiitvilion school board over administration policies, Kxi-ci nature ot the clis- • ~—. pule «a.siU disclo,;c(i The boards'l attcd. LITTLE LIZ Tno.c rrsicnnijt were Lloy Tliom- , us, .supcrinti-ndeiil: Ambnife O;,r- < ncr. prim i,,.,l, and IB ,.l,,, u . mai , j :'!:[! hluh .-llloul tl-:n lier.- Only ihi' vocational nsi irullu-, m.,t:i;, u,r. K,,y Kvans. was nut'in-'' (hided amoiii tlie signers o[ wn;- : ten re.sK T liciticn.s. \ (I.asl of . p arlirln) Driver (s Fined, Jailed I liUii) 1, still's wns fined SICO .mil I'o !,. ,,|l,l .V HI, I,,..-,I I,, H ,| 1( y ,,, ],[! in M' CiKiil th;.. nii'mini' ,'u i ' ' ''••••>•:<• •"• cirn-inj while undti tix- | inlluciice ol liquor. „ Tr>-n<3 to appear \\eolthy has Cii'.cJ diony a n'aa (o !«vc in

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