The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 21, 1950
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1950 BIATHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER PAGE rrve RuleCommittee's Power Curtailed Truman's Forces Beat Effort to Get Legislative Control WASHINGTON, Jan. 41. MV-The T'jnian administration yesterday beat an effort by Republicans and Southern Democrat* to change the House Rules and grab control of the legislative program there. The roll call vole against chang- ine the iu!es \vas 236 to 183. There were cheers In the House wh?n il was announced. Before the vote, a top Republican and a lop Democrat agreed that the real issue >.vas "whether or nol the entire Truman program wit! <J>ceed or be defeated." ~Rep. Leo Allen (R-II1) put It thai A'ay. Speaker Rayburn (D-Tcx) said Allen hart stated the Issue correct ly and shotted: • "Who won the election In 1918 anyhow?" Republicans jeered. Actually, the meaning of the vol Is hardly so sweeping as Allen ana Rnybuin said it would be. On sonn issues, the administration still ma lose In the legislative session stil •head. But it was a major victory for th administration in Mint the vote prevented the ' Rules Committee from tatting tight control over what measures are to h/i considered on the House floor. Republicans and Southern Democrats can control that committee. Republicans tried to put off the lest until next week with a motion to adjourn, hut. olst on that. 225 to 160. Administration forces had talked confidently of winning the scrap. I —Courier News Fhalo NEW HATING 1'LACK Ol'ENS—Shown above is the new dining loom of the Rustic Inn, which will open tomorrow. Tlie new restaurant has been completely modernized by owner E. B. David. The dining room may be divided into two private dining rooms, each with a separate entrance, Curb service will also be available. Survey Shows That State Has Some Possibilities Needing Development UTTLE ROCK, Jail. 20, <AP) _ you can't throw anything away (tial is grown In Arkansas. That Is what four enginer.s of the Midwest Research Institute of St. Louis have discovered In tlieir 16- inonlli study of Arkansas' natural resources. Corn cobs, corn liusks, tvull .seeds. cotton. As lor milkweed, th« i'C|X»'t suggested that floss from the plant be used as a. snbslitut* for kapok in lite preservers. Results of the survey hnve been wrapped np In a three-Inch volume, which state, Industrial and Kovernmcnl leaders hoy* will snve cotton plants, chicken feathers and 1 as a guide for luring new industry | Five of Gang Who Robbed Aga Captured PAHIS, Jan. 21. (AP)—Raids 1 £ underworld slums ol Marseille Paris have netted five of the I gang who ambushed and rob- j bed the Aga Khan last August, i French police announced yesterday. The leader of the gang and his sweetheart, police .said, have been murdered, apparently in a falling out among the thieves. But two of the gang still are miss-, Ing, and with them the loot—$300,000 in Jewels stolen from the Aga and his wife, the Begum, in the daring daylight holdup of Aug. 3 Titftr Cannes. Police say they know the identity of the two—Paul Leca and Charles Vincintolll. The investigation led them through the tough docksidc hangouts of Marseille, to the island of Corsica, to the criminal dens of ParU—and to a villa next door to the Moslem leader, where his jewels apparently had been buried for days while police vainly hunted. The bandit chiel, Roger Semincdj, and his girl friend, Renee Rciny, have been plain, police said, apparently by their accomplices. The bodies have not been found. .The T2-year-okt Moslem ruler, -. dfe of the world's wealthiest men, and his wife, the Begum, were held up by tommy gunners as they drove from their villa near Cannes on the i Riviera on their way to visit the ; Aga'a son, Prince Aly, and daugh- ^ ter-ln-law, movie actress Rita Hayi worth. Vishinski Says Achcson's Charge Lacks Foundation MOSCOW, Jnn. 1\— }i —Foreign Minister _ Andrei Y- Vishinsky said today U/S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson's charge that Rus.sio is annexing four North China provinces is a "lying and slanderous declaration." Vishinsky made his statement in an unusual press release to foreign correspondents, coinciding with the arrival in Moscow of Chou En-Lai, foreign minister of the Rus.siEiii- recognized People's Republic- Choil's arrival led to the belief that negotiations for a treaty of friendship between Russia and tne new Chinese republic of Communist Lender Mao-Tsw-T\mg wove nearing an important climax. "Mao lias been in Mo-scow for a mouth. Vishinsky, commenting on statements by Achcson at the National Press Club in Washington Jan. 12 that Russia is taking over Manchuria, Inner and Outer Mongolia! and Sinkiang. said they we're in- ended "to put a good face on a ad game—the failure of American iolicy in Asia." State Hospital Board Studies Plan to Provide Mare Psychiatrists UTLE ROCK, Jan. 21, fAP) — The State Hospital Board yesterday took a look at a plan to provide more psychiatrists in Arkansas. Such a pros rain would involve the Slate Hospital for Nervous Disease* and the University ol Arkansas medical school. Briefly here are the points discussed at the hoard meeting: Facilities at the medical school would be enlarged to provide training toward a degre In psychiatry. The State Hospital would provide facilities for students in the course to obtain a cal training. Graduates work with hospital staff members in providing psychiatric teams for traveling over the state. These teams would be available to the public. ' No action along this line was taken, however. year's work In cllni- of the would Brannon Praises State's Progress In Agriculture RUSSELL.V1LLE, Ark.. Jnn. 21.— <yl>—Arkansas has made great progress in agriculture and, through continued development, can become one of the nation's leading livestock-producing-slates. | That comes from no less author-! P" f] oth ity than Secretary of Agriculture Erannan. He made the observations in an address to about 1,50 fanners at a meeting oj the Arkansas River Valley pasture Improvement Association here yesterday. Most of his speech dealt with nis price support plan. He said it "might not be the answer but, it rt'ill have to do until something better comes along," adding: "We can't let the farmers' income drop any lower." Four Die in Blaze JERSEY CITV, ^. J., Jan. 21—(/Pi --Pour Negroes died today in a flash fire which swept through n crowded three-story tenement In the downtown section of Jersej City- The dead were a woman about 37'"years old, two girls 10 and 12 anri a child of about three- Arkansas Congressmen Divided on Rule Change WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. dT>-j Reps. Hays and Trimble were the only Arkansas congressmen who supported the victorious adminis- :ration as a proposal to change louse rules was beaten yesterday. Reps. Norrell, Mills, Tackett. Harris and Gnthings voted for a change. Tackett said lie thought a change in the rules would stymie moves to pass a fair employment practices commission bill. Hays declared: "FEPC had, nothing to do with this Issue." "The hope of democracy is not in any one rule," said Hays, "but. in courageous officials—officials who won't vote to turn their rinty ovrr to a legislative group which would tend to become a super-body," Tree/ SfroJb/e Must Die For Slaying Girl of Six LOS ANGELES, Jan. 21. OT Fred Stroblc is sane and must die for murdering six-year-old Linda Joyce Glucoft. Superior Judge Charles W. Fricke who ruled him sane yesterday, wil pronounce sentence next Friday Under California law it will have to be death in the gas chamber because the jury convicted him of first degree murder with no recommendation ol leniency. Lone uncertainty for the fi8-ycnr- old grandfather now is when he wil meet his end. The law also provides for automatic review of all doatl sentences by the Slntc Supreme Court, which sometimes''lakes several months. Church Training School Classes To Start Monday First sessions of a training school for workers and teachers in Methodist church schools in Blytheville and Mississippi County are to be :icld Monday and will continue through Friday, it was announced yesterday by the Rev. Roy I. Bagley, pastor of the First Methodist Church, the sessions ,wlll be conducted. Five courses are to be offeree and the classes will begin at 7:15 each night with the exception of a course for workers with children of the kindergarten age. Miss Elizabeth Workman of Comvay will direct this study group which will be in the form of a laboratory project which the class members can observe t raj tied teachers working with the children. This group will meet «t 9 a.m. each day during the school. Instructors in the four courses to be offered at Die night sessions will he: Dr. Edward S. Staples of Nashville. Tenn.; the Rev. J. A. Fisher, pastor of Union City, Tenti.; Dr Ira A. Crumley of Conway, and Mrs. Roy i. Bagley. Jurisdiction Argued In Murder Investigation MONTICELLO. Ark., Jan. 21. (AP)—The sheriffs of Ashley and ' Drew Counties are stumped In their investigation of a slaying which climaxed an argument between tv-'o farmers over ownership of hogs. Altus Burney, an Ashley County farmer, has been arrested. He Ls to be charged with first degree murder. But the baffling point Ls who has jurisdiction in the uiRlU'r. Temporarily, A.shley County Sheriff B. A. Coin-son has custody of Burney .accused of the fatal shooting of John Sedberry, 62. Sedberry died !n a Monticello Hospital early ye.sterday. Homer Scdberiy, 41, a sou of tUe victim, said the shooting occurred in Drew County; relatives ol Burney ay It happened in Ashley County. apple cores, to imme a few, are some of the things that ArkaasuiiK can turn into money producers. The survey suggests in 24-.siiif;lc .spaced, typewritten pages, how wastes can be converged iulo useable products. Here are a few of them: Apple syruji extracted from waste peels and cores can be used as a mb.stitute for glycerin hi tobacco, bakery good* and other products requiring sugar with moisture retaining clKiiaclet islic.s. The residue from nspnrafins, hns been found suitable for growing a number of micro-organisms used in com baiting certain diseases. : Corn and sunflower .stalks have been used with good results In the manufacture of rayon yarns. 'Die meal from ground corncobs can be used In making, some soajis. Corncobs also make good blasting material. More tlifln a dozen uses were found for corn and cotton, two of Arkansas' crops, Some of (he suggestions Included: For corn—fibrous glass cloth, ray- cloth for clothing, and bandages, starch used In the manufacture of textiles, asbestos, ingredients of paints and varnishes, paper producUs used in shipping containers. For cornstalks— RS a substitute for cork and a source of paper. For cotton—source of paper, plastics, fertilizer and a wood substitute. The survey -showed Uii\l science has developed a, new fabric iniule principally from chicken feathers. The new fabric looks like wool, however, it is warmer, softer and lighter, can be laundered In soap and water with no more shrinking than lo Arkansas. Most, of the report deals with ag- I'LcuKurc and imUuitL resource development In eneli county. Muny -suggMtioas are made for turning undeveloped resources Into money makers. The xurvay was financed by the Arkansas Power and Light Co,, at a cast ol $55,000. Piano to fie Memorial To N. Arkansas Jurist 'HARRISON. Alk.. Janf 21..Wj— A gvand rinno will be placed In the hew Arkansas governor's mansion t Little Hock Tuesday as a me Mini to a veteran North Arkansas urlsl. It will be donated by Mrs. J. M 3Jilim, widow of the late Chancelor J. M. Shinn. who served 18 year* chuncery and circuit court jenchcs in this district. Negro Deaths v uneral services for Robert Means G8, will be conducted M the Cnstnn Home Chapel at 1 p.m. tomorrow by Rev. w. H. Wade. Biiria will b* Ji an Osceola Cemetery. He died Wednesday at the home of a si.sicr, Mary Campbell of Osceola He is survived by two other brothers The U.S. Navy's first submarine was stubby and cigar-shnped. & GOOD LUCK to the Rustic Inn DELTA LUMBER CO. iris' High School Club Dedicated to Shoplifting OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan 21. (AP) { —Police broke up a girls' high school club which they said was dedicated to shoplifting, j Tsvo teenage givls were arrcMcd,' police repotted last night, and 10 more were being sought. | The club is estimated lo have I stolen hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from Oklahoma City store.?. , Caught In a department store ye.sterday by a .store detective, the girls. • surrendered shopping bags which contained two S48 suits. Then the girls took Detectives O. . Richards and T. T. Huchinson to their homes, disclosing stolen dresses valued at move than £100. The girls said club members started out stealing school supplies, but their activities proved 50 successful they turned to larger ilcina. IT PAYS YOU To Keep Your Shues In GOOD REPAIR I H-flLTCRS (QUALITY SHOE SHO 1 121 W MflIN ST "Refitting * high-pr«itur* talei. man," i«yt H*nfi*h, " !t rr>*r%fy • , c*t« o{ mind ov«r p*ii»rP The art of repairing a rarilo IK merely % mailer o( training »nd experience. 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