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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1952 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEB NE\YS PAGE FTV1 Robert Murphy May Be Chosen Envoy to Japan Truman Is Expected To Send Name Before Senate Today WASHINGTON ifl'i _ president Truman was expected to send 1/1 the Senate, probably today, the nomination of veteran diplomat Robert D. Murphy as America's first postwar ambassador to Japan. The action would fcllnw closely on yesterday's signing by tho President of the Japanese Peace Treaty, completing United States ratification of the document. Its effective date is April 28. Murphy, no\v ambassador to Belgium, was chascn for the important po=.t because of a varied 31-year career which, has made him one of the country's most experienced diplomat. 1 ;, Tall, bald and affable, the 57- year-old envoy is a veteran of difficult overseas assignments — almost all in Europe, But for the past month, he has been undergoing intensive briefing at the State Department on the complex problems f-xpeclcd in the new pha.se of Japanese-American relations. POLITICS SOUNDS OFF—This striking new picture of Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia was taken during his recenl address to a joint session of the National Assembly in Belgrade. The dynamic dictator warned the leaders cf Western nations that Yugoslavia musl tnke part in any decisions affecting Zone A of free territory of Trieste. (Continued from Page 1) gains in those elections, racking up a massive vote in Illinois and running ahead of Eisenhower in the Nebraska write-in battle. Eisenhower was not entered in either the Illinois or Wisconsin elections, Newark — 2nd galley primary The position of the New Jersey Republican delegates was not entirely clear. Technically, all 38 p,o to the convention unpledged and uninstructed. Gov, Driscoll said before the ection that they should consider themselves "morally obligated" to abide by the results of the preferential poll. In a statement last night Driscoll said: "What happened in New Jersey today was a truly remarkable victory for General Eisenhower and I might add for the people of New Jersey and the nation/' Later in a radio broadcast over station WOR, Driseoll said Eisenhower was "a clear choice of Republicans in the Garden State." "The task of the republican party now Is to join ranks and solidify their position and to carry out the mandate of our citizens." Six Favor Taft At least six, however, have indicated with varying degrees of privacy, that they favor Taft. One, who was elected, is openly R Stassen man. Four of the delegates known to favor Taft were elected, and two more were running strongly In the district races. There were some, as well, who told The Associated Press they would consider themselves "morally obligated" to conform to the results of the preferential vote In their individual districts, regardless of the total result in the state. The democratic ballots were studded with write-in votes. President Truman, despite having formally taken himself out of the presidential picture, received more than 100. Stevenson, considered the President's personal ; choice as the Democratic candidate, also was represented with about that many voles. Eisenhower's name was written in by more than 300 Democrats, and Taft had several dozen. During the bitterly-fought campaign, both the Taft and Eisenhower supporters expressed suspicions that the otber side had made "deals" with Jersey Democrats for votes. Party-lines can be crossed, legally, under certain conditions, and (lie two principal GOP opponents sniri they suspected ench other of having marie promises to the Dem- ocrnts in order to win support. Sen. H. Alexander Smith, Repnb- Eisenhower Surprised at Low Vote in Hew Jersey Primary PARTS (fP> — Gen. Dwight E). Eisenhower Indicated some surprise today at the lightness of the FLOOD (Continued from Page 1) and possibly Illinois cities along Its southward route. While everything that could be done in threatened areas was being done, another big-job was just beginning. That was rehabilitation of the homeless. Here is the magnitude of today's cleanup Job:: The rivers have, the Red Cross estimates forced 26,620 families, or more than 100,000 persons to leave their homes. Not all of these have seen the waters as yet surge through their dwellings, but mosl have and those who haven't rest their hopes on protective dikes. The experts say there is farm damage of the worst sort, to land find buildings, with more to come There are cities that will need financial aid to get back into opera tion such thinps as utilities and sanitation systems. There are dustries that may need the helping hand of federal funds. Going down the Missouri, mail cities mauled to date by the rive; are Bismarck, N.D.; Pierre, S.D- Sioux City, la,, and South Sioux City, Neb. The Mississippi has punished SI Paul and is throwing a hard punc! at Winona, Minn.; La Crosse, Wis. and Prairie dn Chien, Wis. The Re d R i ver of the N or t slashed into the twin city area o Fargo-Moorhead in North Dnkot and Minnesota. M.iny Towns Are Ghosts In addition, particularly on th Missouri, numerous small towns have been so hard struck that today they are virtually ghost areas. A Red Cross spokesman at Washington said. "You can he sure it (the damage .so far) will run to at least 100 million dollars." Here are some of the moves, or planned moves, to meet the money vlarch Cotton Consumption 36,827 Boles Doily Averaged in Period Of Past Month Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton otes in the New Jersey presiden ial primary election In which 1 iefcated Sen. Robert A. Taft. "Weren't t hey expecti ng mo: nan a million votes?" he a.ske vhen shown late election results b eporters at Orly Airfield seeing \:m off on a farewell flight to Brussels. Asked for comment on the eleo- ion, Eisenhower faid, "I wouldn't lave anything useful to say." WASHINGTON f.P — The Census iitrcait reported today collon con- umption fnr the period of March to Mnrch 2f> averaged 30,821 bnle.s )r each working day. This rompiU'cd wilh an aver ape f 45,152 bales fnr (lie correspond- period a your ago, and with 9,089 for UIR February period this ear. The d.jily average consumption | Oil,, , '[ 1 inters was 3,9!6 bales com-. iarrd with 4.551 a year npo and; ,560 for the February period this; Consumption of cotton in the i March period was 73<i,535 biiies •ompared with 7(18.RBI' in the February period nncl 003,011 a year ago, ' I Consumption of lint lor thn R-; nonth period eliding Mnrc-h 29: totaled, 212,100 Hales and of limm; 130.150 bales. This compared wilh; ',251.402 and 983,150, respectively A T and T D the corresponding period a. year Amcr To barm ipo. Annconda Copper . Cotton on hand March 29 in- Gen Electric eluded:: [ Gen Motors In consuming establishments ),-, Montgomery Ward 039,474 bale.s of lint compared with] 2,372,414, a year ago. In public storage and at compresses, 3.824.842 bales of lint compared with 3,608.313 a year ago. Cotlnn -spindles active on March 29 totaled 19,885.000 compared with 19.854,000 March I this year nnd 20,980,000 Mnrch 31 a year ago. Hazard Pay, Striking Pilots Interest Senate WASHINGTON '.-D—Tho two top says between 200 and 300 million Air Korcc spokesmen wore called! dollars a year could bp saved by before :i Senate wnichdoe rommU-j dropping thp exira [)ay. ten lortay to tell about oirnirn who] There has been criticism in both refused to fly and to defend extra ; pa;.' given liters. Adm. William M. Fechfeler. rhief of naval operations, also was „ ! to HP nskcd (o explain why extra 1 "hazard" pay goes to Navy sub- marjne crews, airmen and deep sea divers. Secretary of Inn Air Fnrce f-'m- tettcr arid den. Hoyt S. Vanden- bnrg, air chief of staff, wor poclfd to lend oft with tc about a "slidown strike" at two air liases. the Senate and House about officers, assigned to desk or other routine jobs, collecting hazard pay by flying as passengers for as few as four hours a month. run '/ Could Not .nciim- A , f. ^Accept, Says Gov. Stevenson May July Sept. Nov. of mv prior commitment to for governor and my dcsirt the desire of many who have given me (heir help and confidence In our unfinished work In Illinois, 1 could not accept the nomination for any other office this summer." NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center* MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. Phone 58 Disobedience charge?; have been lodged against four of six o Ulcers at Randolph Air Base, San Antonio, Tox- Six nthers have figured in "sitdown" iti'.-idonls at Mather Air Bnse in California. Some ot the officers, mostly be- r ihhoned vrioraiis wilh Inny records of combat missions in \V\rhi War 11, have complained they no longer have the yumhful spirit to: conditions. fly. Several have basrrt (heir tip- j "I have repeatedly said that I position on consideration for (heir; was n candirtatp for fjovertior of tt-ivr'i :md children, acquired by j IHnois and had no other ambition," nio::t -since their war-time flying i Stevenson said. SPRINGFIELD, III- ifi — Gov Atllni F. Stevenson srud lori- 1 ^-. • could not accept" (lie Democrnlic nomination for inc.siiiciit. Stevenson issued his statement clarifying his political plans shortly before his scheduler! takeoff for n flifiht to Omaha and a conference with President Truman on flood WKO.-THURS. "BOOTS MALONE" William Holtten FRIDAY 'Battleground' Van Johnson DETROIT OP) — Sen. Taft (R- Ohio> said today results of the New Jer.sey primary were "about what we xpectert—maybe a IHtJe better than we expected." Taft commented an returns in the New Jersey balloting which gave him about 37 per cent of the pop- ilar vote and Gen. Dwighl D. El- senhower 31 of the 38 "convention delegates. "I even think It Is encouraging, considering the whole state organization was against us," Taft said. N V Central Rrrnihlic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Standard of N J U S Stool Sou Pac According to the July, 1950, cen- .sus report, California had lation of 10.472,343. popu- Posse Evader Gets 12 Years Ex-Convict Held After Gun Battle JONFSBORO. Ark. <fF) — R a y- t> , —i ,-„n^nrs, 2 l , who evaried an East Arkansas posse for three day*. ,.,i,i i .ccivcfi A 12-year prison sentence on charges of assault with Intent to kill. The ex-convict was arrested three days after he exchanged gunfire with two officers at hU home near be panto. Ark. on March 31. A posse combed the swamps and bayou section near Lrpanto before findinR Sanders in a storm cellar. He pleaded -guilty to the charges in Circuit court here yesterday and was sentenced by Judge Charles W. Light, of Paracould. Sanders previously served four years on assault and robbery charges, following 1947 gun battle in Brinkley, Ark. Hops Livestock CHICAGO WV-fUSDA) — 11,000; strong io is higher; steady to strong; lop n.25: most IBO-230 Ib 17.00-25; 27D-300 )b 16.DO- GS; sows 13.25-15.75. Cattle 10,000; calves 400; slaughter steers steady to 50 lower: heifers mostly steady, spots 25-50 lower; other classes steady to weak: load high-prime n round 1,350 Ib steers 39.25; high-choice to prime steers nnd yearlings 35.75-38.00; ulk good and choice grades 30.00.50; commercial to low-pood leers 26.25-29.50; good and choice Difers 30,00-35.00. Sheep 2,500; slauphter lambs trong to 25 higher; top 29.75 pair! jr two loads prime 103 Ib fed iolorados. days. Chairman Hunt c O-Wyo) nf (he : Senate armed services subcnmmit- i Ire called his proup together to i consider extra pay given service* : men who perform "hazardous" • duty. But he said the Air Force! sitdown incidents wore certain to i fiRiire prominently in the inquiry. \ Ken. Douglas (O-Illi. lending n flight to reduce or eliminate the 1 ex- , tra pay, contends t}ir-r<? is less dan- : K'-'r in modern submarines nnd; combat airplanes than In many] other military, naval or air assign- j ment.s. i Doi'c^laK, wounded as a Marine | lieutenant colonel in World War II, j "I must now ndd thnt in view ' lican incumbent who remained neutral in the preferential balloting, was rcnominatcd by an overwhelming majority. He defeated Carl Rins. a Rutherford attorney. Smith will be opposed .in the November election by Archibald | S. Alexander, former unrier.secrc- j lary of the Army, who was un-1 opposed for the Democratic nom-1 ination. needs of the victims:: The Reconstruction F i n a n c e Corporation has declared the strict- sections to be disaster areas. This gives flood victims the chance to apply to RFC for disaster loans. Rep. Andresen (R-Minn) snid he will introduce a bill Monday for an immediate one-billion-dollar appropriation for rehabilitation of private and public property. Federal relief funds of $250,000 each have been allotted to Iowa, South Dakota and Minnesota and probably will be given to Wisconsin. Special Credit Conslderefl The Farm Credit Administration is considering special credit fnr livestock feeders. Gov. Peterson of Nebraska asked President Truman to put Nebraska in the federal list of disaster stales. and Paid he would call the Nebraska Legislature into special session tomorrow noon. _ A check by The Associated Press sh owed a mi nimu rn of 87 towns flooded or threatened in the tipper Midwest and a Red Cross report listed over a million acres flooded in the Missouri Valleys. and Mississippi Missco Test Set For Wilt Chemical A new chemical, the manutucUir- R of which believe will help con- t.rol fusarium wilt in cotton. Is gn- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WED.-THURS. "THE ARIZONIAN /J Preston Foster, Richard Dij & Margaret Graham ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4G21 Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Sat. Sun! 1:00 p.m. Open 6:30 p.m. — Show Starts at Dusk 2 Shows Every Night! Planting Seed We have for sale a limited quantity of Northern Grown WABASH SOYBEANS. OGDEN SOYBEANS. COTTON SEED Henderson - Hoover Seed Co. Highway 61 South Phone 2860 r ng to be tested in North Mtssisslp- County. County Agent Keith Bilbrey paid his morning t.hat Martin Zhul. a epresentative of the Dow Cheml- al Corporation wa-s in North Mis- itssippi County this afternoon set- -ing up fuparium test plots. The new chemical, Mr. BUbrey iairi, bs designed to cont.ro] nrnm- .ories. a microscopic worm which attacks root. 1 ; of certain plan Us and causes fusarium wilt in cotton. Sile.s for the test plots were not to be picked until this afternoon, Mr. Bilbrey *aid. cr 406 W. 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