fflUHBlMT, 'APRIL' W, "~ Afow Briefs— Farmers' Deaths Boost State Violent Death Toll to Five Bj The AuacliUd Frew The deaths of two Crawford County tamers W«dne«U» boost*) Arkansas' violent fatality toll for the week to Jive. Everett Goines, 55-year-old farmer, died In i Van Buren hospital from injuries suffered when the truclor he Wu drlvini overturned and pinned him benwth it Monday, oolnes ind another m.n were attempting to free the tractor from a mudhole on a farm north of Van Buren when it overturned. A. C. Mullins, 53, was shot to death accidentally near his home •• in the Dean's Springs Community of Crawford County. Mr.. Daisy Hrxxer, county coroner, said his death was accidental. Deputy sheriff Frank Neal said Mulllns apparently slipped and fell on his 12-guage shotgun. Stuttgart to Fete Medal of Honor Winner STUTTGART-Stuttgart civic club* and a veterans' organization are planning a testimonis) dinner for Congressional Medal O j Honor winner Lt. Lloyd Burks. The dinner will be held Tuesday night. Lt. Burke is the second Arkansan to win the nation's highest decoration for valor in Korea. He !eft Little Rock this morning to r.y to Washmeton. where he will be decorated PYIdaj'. Lt. Burke Is scheduled _ lo.reiurn io Stuttgart Saturday. Quake Hits Arkansas But Tornadoes Fizzle LITTLE ROCK-Arkausas, which had a slight eatrhouake yr- st er- - a«y, got by without threatened tornadoes. Late^niM iTT *""*" ^ ""^ ^ mWlt te lor ™ a <**Late last night the bureau .said the danger had passed. Historical Society to Ope^Conyention «•• Prescatt Man to Head Pine Association Paragould Ups Utility Rates PARAGOULD, Ark. f/pj Th c .Parngcmld City Council has ap- 'f™™? a "quest of the Missouri Utilities Company to Increase its rates here ]0 per cent and has voted a similar increase for the municipal light and power system Elk Damage Crops COOKSTON, Sask. (AP) _ par. men claimed considerable damage bv elk 0 '™ "^ in tlli5 distrlct »} eiK. The animals wandered out Alh?> P J°M CCteti areas of thE ^»« Albert National Park. BLIim»fLM (ARK.) eWRTER NTCWS "JONESBORO" IDENTICAL TWINS TO MAURI' niT7'0-Jewel William Flora shows rings to Damler and Pinch twins who plan to marry, <* they visited hi., Sl0 re in Decatur, III. Elvin Damler (left) and Melvln iriglit) are from Lena ill .. — i ni-u^B.;^ V3 -*wwa»r?jni3i Margaret deft) an d Elizabeth Finch .right) are Decatur school teachers from Joneshoio Ark The engaged couples are .standing beside (heir intended mates. |AP Wtrrplioto) Board Reviews Pro, Con Views On Eleven Point River Dam Cleaners Find $700 in Topcoat PARAOOULD, Ark. If, — ployes of a dry cleaning shop her* this week found »700 in bills in a customers topcoat. The owner explained he had received the money tor sale of some stock after the bonks had clo'ed and had forgotten about It when he took the coat to the cleaners. Still h Confiscated Despite Antiquity PASADENA. Calif. CAP) _ A swap-shop owner recently displayed «n intending antique which had hard use during California's gold rush days. > The antique was a whlske; s t[|] and it wax the ceiiter oi Interest at the shop—for a while. Then it was confiscated by cialr E Kirk of the Board of Equalize tion liquor control lilvbiion who re marked: A still's still a still. Courier News clarified Ads WASHINGTON W - An armv engineer review board has lakon under advisement conflicting vie«'s on Ihe need for a hydroelectric; lam on the Eleven Point- Rover at Water Valley, Ark. One delegation from Arkansas nd Missouri opposed Ihe project it a- hearing before the Rivers nd Habors Board here yesterday nother group from Arkansas avored It. The Eleven Point Rover flows hrough Oregon County, Mo., and Randolph County, Ark., emptying Uo Black River, which in iurn mpties into White River Congress In 1938 authorized con- tructlon of a flood control dam t Water Valley, and last Dccem- er, army engineers approved its lodification to develop power as he part of an overall White River evelopment plan. Originally planned us a 14 n\il- on dollar flood control project Vater Valley would cost S25 220 000 Wer Eeneration Pfo- . of the project contended that the proposed dam is not needed for flood control nnd that it would inundate some 48 000 acres of rich fnrm land and six towns. Proponents, however, assertec (hat the project was part of the overall plan to protect the lower White from floods and tiiat the amount of land which would he placed under water would be more than offset by the additional acreage protected. Chemical Banishes Snow On German Highways HAMBURG, Germany. (/?>) _ A German highway engineer claims he has discovered a chemical combination to keep highways free of snow and ice. Wilhelm Rartemacher, 65. calls his solution "Electroswn Clorcatrinat 993-A." He maintains a short road test-strip near here. Not fnr off is a main highway. It has been coated with ice and snow, while Rade- machcr's strip has been bare and dry. A handful or two of snow, when thrown on it. melts in an hour. Rademacher claims his chemical combination will mix with any road i^redient. His chemicals in liquid form cost about 20 cents a quart He says a little more than a quarl is enough for a square yard of road Dress the Boys up This For Boys Age 6 to 12 SUITS 10 98 to 19 98 ( i Also Sport Coats and Slacks by Kaynee ! SUITS, SPORT COATS AND SLACKS For Boys Age 12 to 20 J 9 98 to 24 Wonderful Styles For Easter '521 He's a matinee idol inhig Kayn.ee &lffien, Eton! For Boys from Age 1 to 6 Eton Suits! 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