BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS VOL. XLVIIJ—NO. 23 Blytheville Courier Blytheville Daily News Mississippi Valley Leader Blyihevllle Herald Sen. Douglas Aims Democrats Eye Blast at Pentagon Idea of Booming 1 ^^ • • • ^ H M THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI BIATIIEVH/LE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1952 SIXTKKN PAGES 'Chairborne Pilots' By C. MILTON KELLY WASHINGTON Wj—Sen. Douglas <D-II1> let fly again today at the Pentagon's "chair-borne pilots" and at extra "hazard pay" that is not allowed to the infantry, The Senate prepared tu.»t>s subcommittee gave him two hours to vent his feelings, and he suLcl he would need at least that long. Defense Department officials de-* . — '. niecl vigorously at a public hearing yesterday that "chairborne pilots" collect extra hazard-pay allowances for joy riding aerial Ini.s- sions, as charged by Douglas iti Senate speeches. Gen. Hoy I S, Vandenberg. top Air Force fjencral, and Vice Adm. J.H. CftAsady. deputy chief ol naval nir operations, both challenged Douglas' demands for a sharp cut in extra pay to airmen mid men in the .submarine and oiher ser-1 vices deemed extra hazardous. 1 Kesi-rvc Ihingi-ruusly -Small S Viuidenberg told the sub commit-! tee that the country's re nerve of | trained nirmen already "is clan- | gerou-sly small." He predicted n cut would bring wholesale fosses of skilled filers which the country cannot, afford. Cussndy backed him up. The hearings resulted from seriate amendment of a bill proposing pay raises to the 3 L ,_> million men in the armed forces. The Semite hooked onto it a provision giving n flat 545 a month extra "combat pay" to nil naval, air and military personnel engaged in actual fighting in Korea. Hearings Are Promised T h e subcommittee promised these hearings to head off a move led by Douglas to cut deeply into the hazard-pay allowances, which now range from S30 a month for enlisted men to 5210 for officers, according lo rank and type of service. Tlie infantry is not eligible for hurard pay on lop of ils regular earning. 1 ?, but would be the rninn beneficiary of the combat pay proposal. Sen- Steiinis <D-Miss), a sub- corn mil tee member w li o has [ ,, backed Douglas, cautioned Penta-1 ^ goti witnesses to "get ready for! ( ,j tiie people of the United States to] if cut down your funds—and that's not a threat." Series ct: Bills Planned Douglas told reporters he would NEW PRESIDENT — Dr. John Tyler CakUvell, President of Alabama College, has been named President cf the University ol Arkansas. (AP Photo) 3 Held for Seven 1 Nissco Thefis Two White Youths And Negro Arrested For Burglary Series The sheriff's office reported, thij seven burelaries rl1 ' Mlss '«ippi "" st tuo ,"' on County during Believed , ',", H '""If ° f tw ° white boys and a Negro Douglas told reporters he would ^ ie propose a series of bills, "as! sdmi framework on whicli^'-'^vor:^.•*.* Ho Py*'d cut bonus pay for fuehl and sub- j P 2l " J V - ' '" ------- • mh; Sen- man. Sheriff William Bcrryman said white boys, both 16. have entering .the Pastime BiJ- AverellHarriman Truman Foreign Affairs Trouble Shooter to Be Honored at Dinner NEW YORK M>_ W . Averell Har- iiman, President Truman's foreipn affairs trouble-shooter, may be boomed as a Democratic presidential candidate. Harrirnan. director of mutual security, will be honored tonight at $100-a-i>late dinner sponsored by the New York state Democratic Committee. Coming at this time, the affair reflects strong support among the committee's membership to give Harrirnan Die state's 34 votes at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Tomorrow, the state's 62 Democratic county leaders meet here to discuss "the presidential situation" —full of more party question-marks since Oov. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois renounced White House ambitions. ••Full-I'lcdj;ed Candidate" And a Democratic spokesman said yesterday that, if Harriman were named, he would be announced as a full-fledged candidate not as n "favorite son." The array of speakers and guests at tonight's dinner is practically n who's who in Democratic circles. Here are some: : Sen. Estes Kefauver of Tennessee; Sen. Krieii McMahon of Connecticut: Vice President Alben w. Barkley; Stevenson; Sen. Robert S. Kerr of Oklahoma, and Sen. Herbert H. Lehman of New York. Sen. Richard B. Russell of Georgia is Ihe only prominent announced candidate not expected to attend. Harriman. known to be highly regarded by President Truman, worked closely with the late President Roosevelt and attended international conferences with him. Truman Has Not Chosen Mr. Truman has publicly expressed no preference for a possible Democratic successor. But it is known that he liked Gov. Stevenson and that he has been lukewarm toward Sen. Kefauver. . Kefauver has been barreling along in Democratic presidential primaries. ^Some observers, think ' " SINGLE COPIES F1YK CENTS KKSCLTI) FROM HOOFTOI' —A boatload of rescue workers (right) moors onto a Hooded house about five miles soiuh or Council Bluffs, In., to rescue BII unidentified man ton roufl who hail to crhop his way out of hi.s home through the roof. Nntc biMjus left on rooftop at right a.s mini on roof makes attempt lo go back through the hole to bf'iig out belong nigs, iAP Wiropholo) marine duty to a flat, 430 a month; | School,. Horuer-WitsoTQ^^jtprrcfom^ for par.ichtite nnd ^i-|P an - v find UniversaroiT. L ~~"irr| der personnel to a flat S50 a manih. and eliminate all hazard pay allowances for .service doctors. The subcommittee planned (o complete questioning of Com dr. A. C. Miller Jr., a Navy spokesman about overseas aVownnces in the lialf hour of its public heaving before Douglas opens up. »se burglaries past month, . ^ , a' "boom Havrimih'f' offensive will Phone Strike Talkers Are Optimistic NEW YORK f.-Pj— Negotiators in i the key telephone dispute meet i again today, with mediators some- j what cheered by a new turn in the peace talks. Parties in (he strike of 11,000 Western Electric workers held n four-hour afternoon .session yesterday, and Federal Mediator Walter A. Mapfcjolo .said: "A number of is.sucs Inve boon settled but there arc still several major issues in dispute." The company has offeree) a 10-to- 16-cent, boost, but a source outside the company said the offered now has been increased to 12 to 17 cents. Austrian Gets 8 Years VIENNA I.-! 1 '— A 30-ye.ftr-oId Ali.s- truiii rmplnyr of the U. S, Army's counte riutfijjjo-ejice agency was .sentenced to eight years imprisonment today for passing American secrets to the Russians. Weather forecast: P a r tl y little wanner this AIL of th within the Be Fryman £ n»5'-t^, f <j" 4 ibG#s--;eere arrested Jast night-Vyy Deputy-'Sheriff Charles Short pud admitted the series of break-ins when questioned this morning. At ihe same time, Sheriff Berryman auonuncccl that Jimmy V/oofiFon, Negro, is being held in the county jail here in connection with the theft of S10 and some candy t from Scott's Grocery on South 16th Street two months ago. He said the Negro has admitted breaking into the store. Tnnh S150, Shoes According to Sheriff Berrvman, the two white youths said they got approximately $150, two pairs of shoes and some cigarettes from their Aeries of break-ins. A part of the loot has been recovered. The sheriff quoted the boys as saying they boUincd $52 in nickies from a break-in at the Pastime Billiard Parlor last Sunday night and $«0 in money from the Ellis Im- , pTcnicnt Company April -J. On April 3, according to Shrriff! ; Bm-ymnn. the youths took two j ! pairs of shoes and a quantity of | commerce, j c;;:;uette.s and pum from Havs j Stoic I'.nri cot about a dollar in I ! charge from tiie Hoi ncr-\Vil.son j Motor Company last Friday nteht. • Tin: boys also admitted entering ;bo:h tho Dell High School and the : Dt'll Grade School a month ago, [ ia!:ins approximately S,i tn money. ' j The sheriff said they also entered the Universal CIT office but stole nothing. .Sheriff Bcrryman said one of the boys has been in trouble before. Tiiry will be turned over to juvenile authorities for prosecution. An organized campaign for Har- lim " n • itiirle ' 1 last Saturday at HalT "i«n. N. y. The Orange County New ily. The "Harriman - for i ,,bout 00 miles north of York, la named for his fam- - President" Steelworkers Grow Restive Under Pay Scales Government Thought About Ready to Grant Wage-Raise By ROWLAND EVANS Jli. WASHINGTON W» — Philip Murray's cro steelworkers were reported growing restive today under pay scales put into effect n months ago and the government was kc- lievecl about ready to give them a raise. How imich and how soon were questions Secretary of Commerce Sawyer was not answering. Sawyer. boss of the seized industry, had a =. , MI,- !UI tentative date today with Murray i the six previous subcommittee Missouri Due To Toss Blow Into Omaha Council Bluffs, la., Rushes ^ .Work Against Flood Waters OMAHA, April 17. (AP)—The mightiest flood crest in the history of the rampageous Missouri River was due to throw its full weiifht iifiiinst the dikes of Omaha and Council Bluffs, la., tonight. For a week the twin cities had+— been preparing for the worst,. They Ridgway Said Choice of JCS lo Succeed 'Ike' Reds Ask for Renewal Of 'Off-Record' Talks MUNSAN i/P) — Comnumisl truce negotiators pressed again today for immediate resumption of ihe oft-the-record talks on how to exchange prisoners of the Korean War, The Reds made a similar SUB-* pest ion Su n d a y. The U. N U. N. Command has not replied. The talks weie recessed April \ so both sides could rrploie separately possible ways to break the deadlock n ver prisoner exchange. The Communists want nil prisoners returned. The Allies iiiMst that no one should be repatriated against Ins will. The new proposal to er.sumc pris- oicr talks earned urinu; a 2 l --minute i session of the subcommittee on Irnce supervision. Meeting Is Lunger The meeting uns far longer than committee introduced their favorite in a cottage on the former Harriman estate, presented by the family to Columbia University. The 60-year-old Harriman, still not an announced candidate, for the nomination, said he would "consider it an honor" lo be endorsed by the New York State Democratic organization. and Benjamin Pairless. president of the U.S. Steel Corp. Sawyer met separately with the two men yesterday—presumably lo lay the groundwork for a governmeiit-im- liifced 11 wage boost. Strike Was Culled Off President Truman seized the industry eight days ago when repeat- j ed attempts to reach agreement on j a new work contract failed;. Tlie | union's scheduled .strike was immediately called off. The union is demanding a throe- installmenL 17fy cent tin hour wage boost, fringe benefits worth about 8 1 ? cents and the union shop, which would require all workers to join the union. These are the settlement terms suggested by the Wage Stnbm'/.a- lioa Board, which studied the dispute for three months. Senate May Disapprove Steel Seizure by Cutting Out Funds By JOE HALL WASHINGTON rjPi—The Senate may be asked today lo show its disapproval of President Truman's seizure of the steel industry by voting against use ol certain funds lo enforce the order. A group of Republican senators ye.slerdny sought to force a showdown on the question by offering an amendment lo a deficiency appropriations bill ban-ins use of any part of its SflCO.641,000 funds lo enforce the orrtr-r \viiich put control of the steel industry under Hie secretary of Hay Draff Quota Sei for Missco 24 Men Scheduled To Be Inducted; 12> Leave Today Mississippi County's draft quotas for May were set yesterday with 2-1 men for Induction and 35 to take IJi-c-mdiirtion examinations next. moriLli the County Draft Board said this mornini;, ... Mits Rosa iinIJaa. diait boifrd ,, u clcri ^ f^id the 24 men scheduled ban on for induction will be divided into an jwn groups with tl'.e first erouu j.'itlicduled to leave May 13 and the : :iU(Olid May 21. ! The board has not recehcil Miiy quota o[ men <.|a«~t!icrl 4-P 1,0 be rc-txamliieil, M i .,; Snliba snid, The board t-cnt |-j , mn t<, Little i Ruck tiiii nuirnini- lor induction. li.id iiiitrshnlcrl armies at men with, fleets of trucks and. heavy enrth- nioving equipment to ralta dikes nncl build auxiliary levees behind them. Prom llirratdird areas of the two citirs nearly 40,000 jwr.sons had been evacuated. Full-blown civilian defense organizations functioned in Uie fact of di.s-aster. Some 8,000 troops had Joined the tloml fighl. Sandbag Ring llullt At the north end of the Council Bluffs dike standby teams of workmen were building a huge ring of (sandbag* behind n point where the rush of water against the bank was "piling up" higher than the rest of the stream and actually trickling- through the samllrag-and- flnshboard topping oa the dike. Ncrby. there WB.S sntno seepage through the levee itself. Still - rising waters prompted watchful waiting i n other areas of the McKxI-ravngcd Midwest. As the floods surged southward, thousands In reed from the levees lo the great tasks of rehabilitation. The Missouri, Ihe Mississippi, the Milk In Montana, tlie Red River of Ihe North in Minnesota and Ihe fr. IB sions. which lasted a total of only four minutes and 20 seconds. No progress was made .however, toward breaking the twin deadlock over Red nomination ol Soviet-Aus, sia as a neutral truce inspector a 11 Allied demand foi Irfield construction during .... armistice. Some observers have predicted that Ihe stalemate will continue until an agreement is reached on priooner exchange. SEOUL W—Allied ail-in down (heir plant's tcrtiiy leeth of roaring winds sweeping down from North Korea. Only a few wr.'tther rei:nnn;iis- -Siince phuior, fl[>v,-. On the Ki'imud, the Htds Ihrewj 1 " ll 'i>vc with ludnyV sroup. a series of li^hl jabs at Allied 1-f.iviii;: (.idiiy were: lines on the Western Front. All 1 Whites — George Roland Green were hurled hack. j Blytheville; Thomas Willani Rag- Th<- Navy said In Tokyo that Ihe ! land, and David D. Lei. 1 , Osccola; American destroyer-escort Silver- i Robert Lrc Breeding, and Leonard stein recently escaped unhnrmed i Cecil S:n:tlu l:v. Manila- Mnyford from "probably ihe heaviest attnckj William Hai-kv.onh. Lcacinille- Edof the Korean War agonist B Uni-j'.'ard Holmes Guthrie West Nlem- teri Nations warship." | phis: Grant Al'c-s Sorn.-on. Dyc:-s- Red shore batteries boulh of 1 Joe Bui) C'inimisham Gary Ind ' Hungnnin on the East Coast fired j Paul Ray Mnckey. Aurora III • and ,; | Today's call j this nuinbiT :f-.,-n w f - ; i-i I red to othi-r biKiitls. Oni. .-. r rttlii) Iwcl picvioii'ly had r« ; sed hi prf--mdm:Ui nil have hit with and have a lot Minnesota Rive punishing blows left lo deal out. At least two persons have died in flic floods. The Missouri, having sent thousands of families hiking for hiuh ground in one of ils worst rampages, was beating at (he Metropolitan Omaha-Council Bluffs area. A record crest of 31.5 foot is due tonight. vigil frought with un- huge foice of •y—i'J^WJWjI'e'' 5 n»ci ClMl iho rateetFtfii^fi much beyond he original height, were keeping 'I'hcre was nothing they could do now but wait. Walls Huill In 26.6 Cri-st They bad built lho:;c walls and levees originally | o stand a 2C.O- foot cre.sl of Ihe river, a couple ol 'er the best the wide strean Gen. Mark Clark Would Go to Far East, Newspaper Reports SAN FRANCISCO I*—Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, supreme Allied commander in the Par East, has been recommended by Ihe Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington to succeed Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower in Europe, the Chronicle said today in a copyrighted story from its Washington correspondent, Vance Johnson. Name. Is Suggested Johnson .snid thai fiidgway's name had been suggested 'to tho other 13 North Atlantic Treaty na- lions. and although approval is expected in the near future, the announcement of the selection might be delayed until alter Oen. Eisenhower departs in June from his North Atlantic Treaty forces command. Pielil Marshall Viscount Montgomery of Great Britain, Eisenhower's deputy commander, will assume the NATO command £01- the interval between Eisenhower's departure and Ridgway's arrival In Europe, the story said. Clark to Far East I 7 y I plins of the joint chiefs, Johnson said, call for the np.ioint- ment of Gen.- Mark w. Clark, chief of Army field forces, as Ridgway's successor in the Par Bast, and for Gen. Alfred M. Qitienther, now chief of staff to Eisenhower in Europe, lo replace Clark. Gruenther ivns Eisenhower's personal choice for the top NATO command. Slighf Changes Made in Train Arrivals Here Sliahl chances in arrival time* of two southbound passenger trains 60 rounds nt the Siiver.Htcin. Crewmen rcportefl 4i> .splnshes \vitliin 200 yards of the ship, Modern tlrjuiiimcnt Used The Nnvy said. "R:»]iid ;n:<l ac:- J. E. Wadley. Armorcl. ricuroes - Kicks White Jr., Ely- theville. curntc elm life's in rsimrc? pd iiiitl ct. , niodf MI ftro t-onfrol t-(|iiip- MILD Actually, none of the money re-1 Douglas said the SO 1 , million dol- questcd by the President in ,he!i ars cnr , icd in the A l tMcncy b , n "plus carryovers of 23li million. would restore 08 per cent of the i -im..ivtti >** iuc i lesmunt in me j bill was for that purpose. The mca- .ure carries some funds for the Walkout Hinted isble LITTLE ROCK If, — A pos afternoon and loniKht. Tomorrow, j Bell Tclenlio-ie Coltmam' 1 e^ini' 0 ™ con.sider.ible cloudine.ss and miitl | , n .\rl-an«.T< iia' been nrrriirtprii i?;. with widely scattered thundershovv-1 a union sp^man ' ° '" ^ ers m the northwest portion. j A three-day walkout in sympathy- :vmsouri forecast: Partly cloudy j with the strike of union equipment and continued rnild Thursday rilfrht I in-.! aliers ncainst Western Electric and Friday: scattered showers the Dell system's manufacturing at-' likely northwest and extreme north, filiate. ended yesterday morulna Thursday night and Friday Ing. Minimum th« morniiHr—10. Maximum yesterday—TO. Sunset today—6:3-1. Sunrise tomorrow—5:2n. Precipitation last 24 hours to a.m.—none. Total precipitation mice Jan 16.M. Mean trmncraliire Hukhiav twecn high and lowl —ri.-j, Normal mean tcmprriiliiic fi^r Api I1--R1. This Il.ite l.asl Vr. lr Minimum this morninc—3.1. Maximum yesterday—62 Precipitation January 1 to Sate— 10.47. Dynamite Hurts 4 in Spa Area Noi'lh Knr i day. Carrici '-l posiiions somli'. on the v, r;st. Despite bin) B-29 Supcrfon.s tored rail bridg dny nt^ht. Bombers 1,'sc ITaif.ir B-2r> lici'lit, boinbci-;; ii:,ec] ruttnr in bombing rai] ynrcis near Kukchon Other B-26 pilots rrpoi tetJ ^1 Red trucks destroyed on Norih Korean 490 Remsfrered At X-Ray Clinic <;•;Conducted in Del! II p. m.. will iirriio in Rlj-theville at 5:2fi a. m. Present arrival time is 5:3.^ a. m. N'n. 807. whieh leases St. Louis at 8:-IS a ;n . \vill arrive licre at :J:25 p in. in .[r':.(| ( ,f 3 50. Northlioiuid a^S nnd SOG will con- nl stnanjii T'ucr, How ever. Minority Leader Bridges (R-NHi. one of the sponsors of the amendment, described it as "a vehicle Congrcsj coulri use to express Us disapproval of the President's action." Sen. Hill (D-Ala). an Appropriations Committee member, told a reporter he was confident the amendment would be opposed strongly on the Democratic side. Some Democrats said It was not ncar hr;re Ia ^ night. A U. H. Eighth Army -tnjf of- relevant to the bill, which finances ' The condition of one of the vie- ' lcor - s ' vid !:? Iiet!s were killed. 73 operation of various government turn. James Montgomery. 24. of i probably killed and IS! wuundcd agencies for the rest of the fiscal' H^ 1 Springs, was reported to he!' 1 '' 10 tankers rep.iited thev sliol up year ending June 30. Largest sincle ........ - , — . . ...... item is 348 million dollars lo cover the 10 per ecnt pay raise voted for federal workers by Congress last year. Xo Votes Taken The supplemental money bill were made or 493 ' a chnic held ssippi County ici:tt ion Stair Health Drpirlmeilt ur.it br-iti^: ured in the coun- :f!'-.- r.f clinics ft as ill Main 1 ,'. It 'Aill remain there Fn- In a spectacular ground HOT SPRINGS. Ark. t,1*i — Fouri Wednesday, about 20 Allied lank.s men were Injured in an explosion ] raided Fled lines nciu- Kunisons on while reportedly dynamiting fish the Central Front. A U. H. Eighth Arm;. ficer said I'.? Reds wne Mr.'. Noble Gill v.a." chairman of |-cai:-:rai-.! for the Minil-i clinic. Ecrvin-' as registrars were Mis. Ray | Gill. Mr.-. Ralph RIHHMII. Mrs. Hurl action; p.oyd. Mi.- .Miinir Prjitcr, .Mr,. U. S. I!la:iken-hi!) Mr.,. Otto I'radber- ry. Mr.= . John M. Stir,ens. Jr.. Mrs. La mar WcT:r>i n and Mrs. H. U Cra-.vfoni. .Jr. hail ever recorded belore. j;i«h on the hills of the two cities most ol thu 40,000 persons cvuctia ted also waited. As if to gather ils MretiKth. the Missouri slowed ils iluwii.iirt.-ani m.-irch ailti wenthciinen sol the arrival of (he crest Ijack from tins cre-.'si'^ '1:, t0nlshl ' ' n "- s !c , d /° in ' «' <™ soutnnouna passenger train, t r vV ,,v ,. p , rcsB1 ' rc whllc lhc hcre <«re announced today by the me o.e, flowed rich farm areas j Pt. LouU-San Francisco Railway 'north and south ol Ihe two cities [Co Rive, men were [airly confident! Tlin changes will become elective they had the Missouri licked hi] at 12:01 a. in. Sunday, this area, and that downslronm the] No. 805. which ioavc= St Lotlh ?t goveriunenl-coii.structeil walls and levees would hold. Story Already History But actually, the Missouri, the Mississippi, Ihe Milk, nnel the Red ! River of the North have already j put in Ihe history books the story of one of the greatest flood dis- usters of record. The Rod Cross e.sliinoles Ihuv <u the Hooded ureas o[ ihe four ma- ritiidini; streams llu'rc are 100.000 persons di.;po;-se.< ;ed. Ihe m.ijonty in need of i-r-hablUloiicin help sinil rusuiv more to be in 1l;e same need if the Missouri mil break the 1 Oinaha-CoiiiK-il Hlurls defen e. .So it was v.afrh and wait in th( AlKlwc.s?. And while tl went on. there wcie two demands : WASHINGTON '?-We-tern Un- lor - S I' CO(I ' 'ran employer and emnkue renic- I'rcsident Truman flew ove: the ! senlatives wen- summoned le'diy area yesterday where the Missouri has ripped nnd torn al the land ami summed it up:: "it's worse than I tliniiKht it would be. 1 Then lie appealed to the seven Midwest governors, whtt conferred wiib him here to join in a dtjht flood control projects he. .s^id I tin and 1: The prove to arrive !UK- at [1:15 a. in. !:47 a. m.. re.-p<v[:vely. I'linii-jes iieic made to Im- f niinrctin: 1 ? ',':ith triim at ii!.. aerorrtina to W H. John- cnr-i.-il a-.n-nt hole. I Western Union, ..„„„„„ wan .»i«io! Strike OJficsois in, war cf n ,.,. llion iCelled Toqei-her Springs, was n.-ported to hc Iciiticnl at a Hot Springs Hospital. i He lost both hands and suffered i rornpound Jf» fractures and severe rye and facial injuries. technically was the pending biisi-1 after the company agreed to remove ] but not votes we're taken. Senators i— bc- employes from You Also Park Signs At Own Risk, Police Find After Thefts Bl;nt.IX '-1>, -Thetis of bicycles m fronf nf the West Berlin police h- v ,-ifiqim '.ITS hiid. prompted the rhi>'[ to p...-I a IniKi- Mgn read- In >:: "Vuil park here at \<^ur owu rijk." Today the stun and the bicvcls stanrt were stolen. moslly lalkcd about other things. When the Senate rioe.-> get down lo business on (he measure there i also will be a test on a practice! some lawmakers have denounced 1 for years—wiping out previous money-saving votes by financint; 1 the same projects through deficiency bills. Amendment Planned Sen. Douglas iD-IHi plans toj force, this by offering an amend-1 mcnt lo knock out 50 million dol-1 lars of a 6!)'i-n)lllion deficiency! allotment for tederal highway aid Last year Congress cut ihe allotment for federal road spending by 65 million dollars.,. , Inside Today's Courier News . . . Nature and man srt stiff pare fur tlir. K«M| Cross . . . erii • tori.lls . . . I'app H. . . . (hicks finish far ba<:k in ASC Invtl.illnna! . . . Cardinals heal rlralc?: a^aln . . . sports . . . . . -Mrs. i:\a Kerlin Touird life snod as (clephnnr npnralor in \Vilson . . . Pane >. . . . Arkansas Ncivs Drifts . . 1'asf R. . . . m-hlnil Mir ItracMinard in nivlbcville -.clinols . . . Pajc :i, . . . Sncicly . , , l'a;e 4. . . . Markets . . . rage 5. 85 bunker:;, 3:1 hiiikhnes. 2!) com munication trencher, one artillery piece and eight machinc-L;<in positions. Two tanks were riumaued. £va Pcton Ready to Work olflrr ;tt .seven ttl- HiF^s '.-f'i—Eva Poron. 'ijtin;)'- j>re>:rjcnl. t « Wk 10 work al hi r l:,liOr millLStiy after I1I1IC.-.S. were threatened by "economy block.' The Army chief of engineers. Lt. Gen. Lewis A. p lc k. told the <-on- fen-iu-e Hint if the I94H ph!n< ti-c- all in oprratmn run^ 1 lisi-... n\e r r a in paces 'could bav See KI.OOI) on 1'asc to their first face-to-face meeiin? since a strike v. ns called acamst the compnnv I'AO ^vce^s ai;o. Federal Meiuaitu -I. T, Nfciiulel- tauni. who h:i;; been \vorkin<: on the di.'pulc eve:- since it first showed :-;i;ns of n.-vclopir,;;. called top OffLeials o' iinih SAl-'-- to A i met'tinu here, cif npuin no .-in : r: l :e V. 1 ,! ; $111 Bond Is Forfeited • in Drunk Driving Case Delegates from 12 Presbyterian Churches In East Arkansas Here for Annual Meeting RoRi-.tration of dclr^ate.-; in Ihe annual mcrttnz o[ Pres-.bytrriart v,<imcii in P:ast Arkair-as ben.in hcie this nwrning with 43 delegates presenting liicir credentials by iKKin. T\vci\e F*!?-^^-!*:! ian ctiutclirs in tlir area aifr r'-'pre:-cntcti. With the bulk of the 10:15. liatKin to t;iko plsice this allii- noon, a t<it:il nl mo rifliR..l<.s ivie c:<|iectfd to be on hand by the end of (lie day. At this combination business ar.d inspirational conference, delegates aie scheduled lo elect of- [IC'.TS 1 ''innri'i-.v morning. Lilyih'^i]>' Hich School's mu- Mir drpiitln.'tu. nndfr the direction ol Mr> Wilson Honry, v> ill prrsmf svfv i il invisic at tomorrow aftri'MVjii's fif-ssion. "Wfrc Yfiii '!'!:< if 1 ?' v. ill be Ming hy thp- girls' .-'\:rt v.Hh [,>nn VowcJI ns sfihii/t iinn n -:,iris' trio ulll pre- 1'if ilii' 1 ti: :J> -' hoo) groups. Mi,.. !i. H. .Inyroc will he 01- pnni>L [or ,-frvices today and to- mm row mnrnhiK antl Mr.*;. Flert- v.ouil Jujiicr will play Friday al- tllhcr f.pcii,il mu^lc will bo p-,- sp;itcd tn Larry T. Mooie Mrs .Ir^j. Homer and Mrs. Arthur S II,invent. An pxrTtiMvr board mec'ini! and limrlicon wa--i tn f,i:iiirtl oprnliiit of tiie st .1011 this aftcriKKin. Mi> .]c..,..o M. white. »f tiy lihtlieville unnip, will en li;' 1 conft'i^nce by pic.<en;i:K' linvtini:'. Irom the hwt rlvurcli. The Rev. Dr. Harvey Kidri is nasri.r of First Prc.sbytevi:in Chuli.il here. uf li ' Love quicken$oll senses ( conimon sense.
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