Electric Utilities Seek Ruling on Federal Power ArkanMH-Miisouri • Power Co. Among Tfn Plaintiffs KANSAS CITY, Oct. 4. (*j-The &". In « ; «pecl.l dispatch from •pmngton, reported yesterday 10 •Wwestem electric utilities filed civil action In U. 8. District Court tftere for a ruling on the right of the government to build steam generating plants in Missouri. Arkansas and Kansas. Oscar u Ch«prn»h. secretary of Interior, headed the list of government officials named In the suit. Others included Douglas G. Wright, 6PA administrator; Charles P. Brannan, secretary of agriculture; Claude R. WIckard, REA administrator, and John W. Snyder, secretary of treasury. Plaintiffs are the Kansas City Power & Light Co.; Union Electric Co., of Missouri, St. Louis- St. Joseph (Missouri) Light & Power . Co.; Missouri Power & Light Co Jefferson City, Mo.; Missouri Public Service Co., Warreiisburg; Missouri Gas 3^ Electric Service Co., Uxlngton; Missouri utilities Co., Cape Oirardeau; Arkansas-Missouri Power Co., Blytheville, Ark; Missouri Edison Co., Louisiana, Mo., and the Empire District Electric Co Jop- Un, Mo. • The suit charges misuse of loaning powers of REA and the use of "super-co-operatives" for the pur- pcse of expanding SPA's power system without Congressional authority. It also contended that expenditures from the proceeds of REA loans would not bring central station service to a single ruril inhab- Ifint to whom such service Is not now i valla b!e. JC** federal court was asked to ; "Janf a temporary Injunction and upon final hearing a declaratory Judgment,on Important Issues and i permanent injunction. BLITHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER KEWf 'Kisilest Marriage' Brings Divorce Decree , ' DES MOINES, Oct.' t. (^—Gordon Jay Learning. 22, was granted « divorce In district court Monday rfrom his bride of four weeks. His complaint: His bride, Isabelle, "wouldn't kiss me" > __ s ^^ „ f HEROIC POOCH-Eight-year-old Samuel Lehman Jwes his hfe •I?nh ?Q ni 'i' i" Seelns - E y e dos belonging to his mother. Mrs. Sn • »,i- ehman - Wheri a nisht flre blo!;c ° ut i" Iheir Silver cheek -n t a i P ?i rlm M !ltl , FaUma nudget! Mrs ' Lehman on her cneek. Ihe totally blind woman got up, awakened her children and all fled ,to safety. China Official Soys MacArthur Has Permission to Cross 38th Tank Prisoners Flown to Tokyo TOKYO, pet. 4.' W)—Nationalist China's representative on the United Nations Commission for Korea sMd today General MacArthur already hu'authority to «nd U. N. troops into Red .North Korea. Dr. Liu Wan gave his opinion as he left-by plane for Lake Success, N. Y.. . to sit in on the U. N. Assembly's Korea deliberations. Thus («r only .the .force of the U. N.-sponsored South Korean Republic have crossed parallel 38 Into Soviet-supported North Korea. The Republic's u. N. ground fighting allies—American, British, Australian, and Philippines forces- are being kept south of 38 for the present In what a U. S. Army spokesman: called a delicate situation. . Dr. Liu said MacArthur can me any forces at his disposal north of 38 under broad terms of edicts ad- opied by the u. N. Security Council to enforce peace by armed operations. The Chinese member said only India among the non-Communist countries has expressed opposition to sending of u. N. forces beyond 38 He contended the release of American and othe rallied prisoners- of-*v.r coiild be effected only by sending u. N. troops into the north, 7,059 Aed-ModeTanks Destroyed to Date TOKYO, Oct. 4. Wi-A'llled land- based planes destroyed or damaged 1.059 Russian-made i»nk« durlnf the war in South Korea, the American Air rorce chief In the far east, announced yesterday. Lt. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer sumarized the destruction wrought from the air on the Reds up until Sunday, Majority ot Cantor Concert* Canceled NEW YORK, Oct, 4. W)—Wdle Canter said today thai he had been forced to cancel 15 per cent of the rest of his scheduled one-man concerts in the United States and Canada because of overwork. Cantor said long train rides and his tflci'lslon show were too strenuous. He made the announcement to dispel rumors that he was »er- lously ill. Concerts cancelled in these cities Included one at Little Rock. Sponsor Still Has Hopes For Track At W, Memphis LITTLE HOOK, Oct. 4. (ff-)— The sponsors of a proposed $2,000.000 horse race track at West Memphis, Ark., said yesterday he would not withdraw his petition for state approval of the plant. U previously had teen reported that Robert J. Boilcau. Mountain Home, Ark., would withdraw his petition before the Arkansas Racing Commission. Boilcau had applied for a permit to open a horse' race track near West Memphis. 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