The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1952 · Page 2
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TAGTK TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS R-D Commission Girds for Fight In Legislature Group Prck Cherry's Choice for Top Spot; Bowers Urges Fight LITTLE ROC*k (yp) — The Arkansas Resources and Development Commission; v/hich yesterday named Democratic Gubernatorial Nominee Francis Cherry's 1 personal choice as its executive director, expects to fight for its lire In the 11)53 General Assembly. Arthur Emmerllng of Little Rock, a personal and political friend ,of Cherry, was selected to succeed CharJcs ^-Bowers as .workers bosfi of tlie .Commission. Emmerling was tapped for the job by Cherry, who will become governor next January biirrlng an unprecedented victory by Republican Jeff Speck. Chairman Marion L. Crist told .the Commission that It "is somewhat under fire," adding trml state Sen. Ellis Pagan of Little Rock has paid that he intends to work for the abolishment of the body in the next legislature. "Not Face Abolishment" Fr.gr.n said last night, 'however, that "I'm not. for the outright ftbol- Ishment of any agency. 11 Bowers, the outgoing exccuUvc director, told the commissioners to "Go home and defend it '(the Commission) in your : communities." He said the only 'agitation for splitting up the. Commission comes from those who have 'special inter tsts." Commlssfoner W. S. Fox of Pine Bluff identified these "Kpecinl Interests" as ^ : the '"lumber mill interests," He said they want to divorce the : Forestry Division from the R. &, D. Commission, Pox also said that published re- / pprts that Emmerling's aptwlnt- ment did not commit Cherry to the permanence" of ~ Emmerling's tumire or to any position concerning the future of the Commission were without foundation in fact. TOWDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1902 SIov Commander Flees to Italy UD1NE, Italy I/PI—The commander of the Yugoslav finance gun"! Tor the Stllrirm district at ,1'olava ;piiss has crossed into Italy mid aek- ed /or political asylum. Kemal Mujagic said yesCerdny he was tired of Marshal Tito's Communist regime. Two-Year-Old's Hobby: Car-Spotting THE FACE OF WAR -His lowei law shattered by enemy uuntire on While llorsr Mountain, this Republic of Korea soldier squats In the scant shelter of a busli near B first-aid stalinn at the foot of the bitterly contested mountain, lie stoically waits his turn to be evacuated to a rear-area liospltal. Could be former Arkansas State Patrolman At Chrbnl.stcr, who was stationed here about four years alto, IB raising his son to do a little police work, too—especially In trje car- polling field. Ciary, Iwo-year-old . son of Mr. and Mrs. Chronlsler, has developed an adeptne.ss at identifying automobiles that, Includes spotting and turning correctly all the makes on he road. He picked up the knack of Identifying cars about seven months ac.o. Mr. Chronlsler Is now an under- akcr at Batc«vllle. Gary's mother s the former Miss Beulah Ann Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Martin of Blythevillc. _— 1 'V" but soon became disappointed' with her and walked out. He then 'nan-fed Cltizeness "P" but divorced ner when,she refused to bring home money from the bank In which she worked as B cnshicr. Finally he settled on Vera. But having become n nubile scandal, he last his Job and left town without a forwardlnu address In hopes of avoiding alimony iymerlts. Kulrvumov did not fare well outside of 'I'opki, however, so he returned to become director of the restaurant. And although he pavr about one hiilf of his salary for the support of numerous children, he drosses well, has built a home, has bought himself B cow and "In general needs no money." Embezzlement and Theft Offsets Alimony and Red Playboy Lives High Ry THOMAS r. WHITNK1*- MpSCOW ,W>>—The Soviet government _ newspaper rzvcstla explained , today hdw Vaslly Kutryu- mov~a mnrrylng playboy of the Ki!?.netsk nnslh—could rmy cut half of his salary In alimony and still live mighty well Indeed. "Embezzlement and tlicft" rtirt 11, said ' Izvcstin, recommending as n remedy "U.K."—the initials of the Russian words for criminal code. Tlie Investing disclosures were the latest :tn a scries of exposes of scandaiovls behavior thnt have been appearing In the Moscow press since high oomrnunLst officials ordered a cleanup of officials found using their positions to hotter themselves or their friends or relatives. Izvestta's story about Kutryumov said he. had been found shorL- McCarfhy's Talk, Times Backing Bring Protests NEW YORK m— The New York Times said today It had receiver! •ntjoul 200 telephone calls and numerous telegrams within 30 minutes last night protesting Sen. Joseph •R. McCarthy's speech and objecting to (he Times' support of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Primitive Relic Found in Canada GILBERT PLAINS, Canada (if)— The flint head of an ancient weapon has started federal archacolog- .Ists on a hunt for trices of priml- .tive man near this 'town. Recently n "riainvicw" projcctlclc point was found in a local collection. The find prompted Dr. R. S. MacNelsh ot Ottawa to launch a survey of the district and test excavations of the site where the point vas found. Plainview. points— leaf-shaped ar- ( row or spear heads with diagonal flaking on the flint — first, were found in Texas. They have been associated with the bones of extinct, Ice-nge • animals. The men who made the Plainview points were of the first known' culture in North America, weighing and overcharging citizens who nte nt his restaurant but the only result was m serious warning The paper recommended criminj prosecution. , According to the newspaper's account: The Mnrrylne Kind Kutryumov worked as head ol the municipal finance department ot [he city of Topic! In Kuzbass Central Siberia, but spent most, n: his time In the marriage registration office. In IOH8 ho wctl Shura. In inw he divorced her and married Marusyn lived with her five months nnd fel her. He returned to Shura, llvc( with her four months and then let her. He fell In love with Cltlzcncss Kimboli to Quit After Election NEW YORK (ff)—Secretary of the Navy Dan Klmball says he will not remain In office after the new •^resident Is Inaugurated, no matter who wins the election. • Kimball spoke last night before (.lie New York Council of the N'avj League. ELECTRIC BLANKET \SLEEPING COMFORT Sleep better . . . wake up refreshed with a new automatic Klectrta Blanket. Many styles and colors tn choose from. S** ynur dealer today! Ark-Mo Power Co. TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! Coleman GAS HEATER *M 3 BIG EXTRAS This Colenun jives you t ketter- heated home—more comfort! It mikft and move* warm air through 3 to 4 room*. Thii meant xfer h»»lth for the family. N« dirt—M dust— no tending. 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