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BT/YTHEVTLT.E (ATiK.V COURIKK NEWS ^ THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1019 •i Red Parliament lo Plan Budget West Is Interested )n Russian Plans For Military Outlay Obituaries Banker's Mother, Mrs. W. H. Croom, Dies in Hospital Grand Jurors Indict Couples Held as Spies MOSCOW. March 10 -i,T.- r fiiis- sla's two-house parliament, conven- td tor what my he a revealing session, voted today to consider the Sovjet Union's budget for 1919 in joitxt session. The Council of the Union and then the Council ot the Nationalities equal houses In the Supreme Soviet of the U.SS.K.. look Ihe action 1 soon after assembling for a meeting closely watched by ihc Western nations for clues lo Rus fia's intentions. A, I. Mtkoyan was present as a member of tiie Council of Nation Klc-i He recently stepped aside a minister of foreicn Hade at th same time V. M Mololov relin quisled his post of torrid) minisle to A. Y. Vlsliinsky. Hotli Moloto •and; Mikoyan still are clepul pririie ministers. The world—n»d its envoys ' to Russia—had an ear cocked for answers to many Innnim! questions which may be healed il slolis. What lies behind Russia's vcccnt .shakeup of government loaders? What military expnidil lues docs Russia propose lor the coming months? How has Russian economy reacted ,lo recent, far-rcarhilij! BOVCI-II- mciltal decrees? Lpst year's budi:et nr 380.000.00(1,000 rubles, the luKKCsl In Sovicl history, included IX, 000.000.000 rubles 'for defense. The defense Hem was about '2,500.000.000 less than for '.1917 while the total ImdRct was lip tl.000,000,000. Foreign observers. esjiri'iaUy Iron Hie : West. nothiK risln? budgel.s U the'United Stales and Britain fo their armed forces, are inlcnsc-1 curious to know what Russia plan to spend for her military services. DRAFT Mrs. Ada Hardy Croom. 17, of 122 West Ash Ktreet, died at the ilythcvllle llospit.il Jil 5 o'clock his nioniliiK following a long 111- 1CSS. Mrs. Croom became a patient .ll tlie hospital only yesterday when \er condition became sudden!> worse. She WHS the widow ot W. H.' Croom who ittcd In 1941. Rom In Coin-Hand. Miss., Mis. Croom came to lilythcvllle six yoars lo mak-? her home with her son, G. H. Roboson. after residing In Memphis tor i5 years. Mrs. Robcvson is manalser ot Ihe smmice department <it the Kami's Bank & Trust Company. . Funeral services will he conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Dickens: Chapel In nalcsvillc. Miss. Burial will be In Batosville with Holt Funeral Home ot BlyllU'vlllo In clmrne. In addition to her sou slie Is silrvived by two grandsons First Lieut. O. II. Hohsnn of nlylheville now with the Army at Camp Brcck- cnridce. Ky., BIU! flene Robson of Owcola; a RranddauiUitrr. ' Mary Ihe scs- Pat Robson o[ Blylhevhlc; two ' ' ' Brcat Kiandchltdl'cn; and a sister Mrs. C. I.. Roman, Memphis. Her Iwo grandsons will .servo, as alllirarer alone with Sidney Mills f Memphis, dailies Hcrron. Jnnirs •nil and Raymond Kurr ot Conrl- NKW VOIIK. March 10. f/lV-A federal I'nind jury tmlay returned a four-count espionage indictinent against .Judith eoplon. Department of Justlre aniilv^l and Vulcnlin A. Oubltchi-v. Russian engineer ern- pl<ned by the Unite,] Nations. One count sairl Miss Coplon delivered lo fiubitrhev "information I'flaiinK t« the national defense, lo wit, dmmm-iK.v writings and notes •onliiiniiVK iiilelllcMic-p reimrls re- lulions lo opimKiKe and c'ounter- esplonaiie activities In Ihc United j j; )y( , ( , ,.,,„,,' re , ntrlonsh , p wlth the Stales." . , , , . I .Selective Service In Us Independent. The Iwo were arrested here last j . . h'rlrinv nil-lit aller FHI agents had Continued from P'gc 1 statesman. the .Selective Service, bill il was not filed )>y 'the Republican elder Sees (,'oordlnallun Need Tile shift of Selective Service apparently won the commission's support on the [-round thai problems of military manpower should be co- oi'dinaled wllh problems of the civil- inn labor supply. Opposillon Is expected from sonic industry spokesmen, who might prefer I hat Ihe problem of draft deferments In defense Industries, be handled by some olher tiRcncy. There is a possibility al.so of objections from ; i lie armed forces, which have cn- , The commission Is stepping clrni of one reorganisation battle. This Until Is over whelhcr the two labor- tralled (hem through Manhattan ' 'ciubitchi'v was suspended from : , 11 . l ,, ll( , ( , mc ,, t "umpire" agencles- lils U N. jiosl Saturday, oitleials , Federal Mediation Service and of Hie world nrgant/aflon said he. did ni't have diplomatic Inminnify allhoiHi Koviel officials have 1111- siirres.stully souutil his release. The iillu'i cr.nnls chained Hint: National Labor Relations Hoard— shmild be handed over lo the Labor Department for "housekeeping" purposes. That Willie House proposal, the ,. . . .,. bi-pailisan commission decided. Is spired between themselves and with. , Congress and should be ?]Vc P Vnl'ed''sMi^^^^^ 011 C! \ nlto1 H111 - Organize Iho rnncllims of Ihe Just! Miss Initial Reports Are Received in Red -Cross Drive Tlie Initial reports for collections made In Dlylhevillc for the 1949 lied Cross drive were announced today by city chairman. W. P. Pryor. Mr. Pryor said thai $337.50 had been turned in by collection teams working from Broadway to Railroad Street. O. E. Knudsen and Dick J. white are workers for that area. Mrs. A. C. Haley, chairman of collections In the newly-created Fourth Ward reported $25. Only one outlying community has made a report to the chapter flee. William Wyatt, chairman Id. fleece community has turned $40.50. He added that Manila laliinan. C. W. Tipton, has in- cated thai at least $(500 had been ollcctcd theie. but that it had not em turned over to the office. The drive started several days go, but reports of collections luivc ot started coming in. McClellan Adds 5-Hour Speec/i to filibuster WASHINGTON. March 10— lip}— Southern Senators will have to do some lone and steady talking If they expect to best one of their colleagues-Sen. John McClellan of Arkansas. Taking his turn in the current filibuster in the Semite. McClellan stayed on his feet five-hours and five minutes yesterday. H was the longest speech thai any Southerne has given In Ihe talkathon. However. McCiellan's speech was short, of Hit- six-hour and 45 minute wrangle delivered by Senator Cain en-Wash) Monday. Rites at 1 p.m. Friday : or Pfc. Orba Northern Uiles for Pfc Orba Northern, BO. veteran of both World Wars, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Ihc Cobb Chnpet by the Rev. l.cirrj Henry. Military honnr.s will be coil- ducted at the Riave in Elnuvood Cemetery following the tclipious rites, and will''he directed by the Ilud Cason Post of the American Lecinn. Prl\'alr Morthcin's body is sched- ulrd lo arrive III P.lylhevillc lonisht. lip \k'np killed while semilK with the infantry in North Africa. April 29. 1043. functions of Ihe Justice Department :nul Fill and by depriving covei ninciil of Ihe "hone.st. conscientious and fiiitliful services" Miss copton. Miss Coplnn unlawfully posTss- cd dcjeiiinelll.-! containinR intelh- i-epnr1s iclatiiu: lo national e' and that she gave such documents to the Russian. opposps. Weathermen Snowbound SOOT!' AIR FORCE BASE, III March 10. (XT)—Twenty-five Ai Koiof wesiiher experts concluded two-day conference loday — nn (oinid themselves marooned nl tri by a snowstorm none of thei statf* niui nuliniKil news—pRnnli/,ed [ hud forecast. .scveily," JnUnsun suid. I "I 'iliink Hint our ROVPI nmcMil ! The illsaf>rcoablc cold wind, cith slioukl in p:»ri. siihstdiw the wide- i 'Iiy or misty, which blows upon t spread'distribution of ns many news' Mediterranean from the Alps o run MS as possible" rallrd the "mlslrnl". •ined on License Charge James n. Jones was fined $25 nd costs in Municipal Court this Horning on a charge ot operating a motor vehicle wllh improper II- cen.se.s. The line was suspended during good behavior. James Wolfe, the conqueror of Quebec, was made a brigadier general in Ihe British Army at SI. A year later, when he was killed in battle, be was a major-uenernl. JUVENILES •Continued from Page 1 year one Rirl has been placed will Ihe House of Gooti Shepherd, a home for wayward Kirls, in Ho Springs. Mrs. Fuvali explained Ilia misconduct had not been redpoll siljle for Hie girl being placed there but that she was obviously dls-sat i.sfied will: her homelife. L:LSJ year two boys were sent t Ihe industrial school at Pine Bluf and one to Wiiqlit-svillc, out of th H case.s heard before the. juvenil court, nvirino January and Fcbrua iv of last yenr three white b:>; appeared in juvenile court and 01 Ne,;ro child, and of Ihe group only Ihe Negro lad wa.s committed to the industrial school. Only two of the 14 cases heard concerned Negro youths. Mrs. FY.vali explained that Mississippi County records, a.s well as e In PulasKl County, were par- cularly thorough In comparison ilh those of most counties which ade the report on juvenile delin- uency in the Iwo counties seem lal ij was a greater problem here Ithotigh the problem increases omcwhat around crowded cii.y reas, adequate records and Infor- latiort probably would show that he problem here is no greater than i other parts of the slate, she said. .ivestock tie; prices unevenly higher; good yearling steers 25.25; (I .ots choice to 26.00; medium good steers, mostly small lots 21 24.00; good heifers and mixed ;1 lings 23.00-25.00; low choice f ore to '25.60; common and nici 19.00-22.00; odd head good 1850-13.00; common and me I beef cows 17.50-18.25; caimm cutlers 14.50-17.00. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. Mai'. 10, l/Pl— <USDA) —HOBS 6,000: ipened active; weights under 250 lis 25 to 50 higher than Wednesday's average; later slow; advance lartly lost; heavier weights and sows steady to 25 higher; bulk good and choice 180-220 Ibs 22.00-25; top 22.25; later sales 22.00 down; most 230-270 Ibs 20.25-21.75; few early to 22.00- 210-300 Ibs 18.75-20.50; 140110 Ibs 20.50-21.50; tew U> 21.15: 100-130 11) pigs 10.50-19.75; sows 400 Ibs down 11.15-18.75; few to 19.00; over 400 Ibs 16.00-17.55; stags 12.5014.50. Cattle 1.500; calves 500; very active trade on modest supply of cat- Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickosowbo .SWIFTS PREMIUM BRANDED BEEF FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch to'l Inch, plain or reenfurced. Af Concrete Building Blocks cheJ er than lumber for barns, chlcll houses, pump houses, len; houses, tool sheds. \Ve dcU\l Call us for free estimate phone 691. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT Methodists Lease Hospital \ Posta | Rate H ike In Paragould Plans for the establishment of a ( Methodist Hospital in ParaROllld to | serve the North Arkansas area took ! definite form yesterday when the | ParapoulrA City Council approved a lease of the municipal hospital in ' that city to the Community Methodist Hospital Association. The association will complete ami operate the ICO-bcd hospital whiuh was stiirten in Parapould os a ROV- ernment works project back in 1941 and; it will be operated a.s nn affiliate of the church-owned Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Articles for incorporation of the association as a benevolent organization hav been approved in Green County Circuit Court by Charles W. IJsht. The lease approved by the city council will run through 1913. Dale Hamilton of Parasould is chairman of the new association. The constitution for the association provide? that 150 trustee* will be selected and thai three-fourths ot the 1 total will be members of the Mcliiudist Church, with Bishop Paul E. Martin of Little fleck as an ex- officio mi-mber. He is the bishop ii charge oi the riciiomiuation's Nortl Arkansas Conference of the Methodist Church. It is planned to rQiiip and oper ate the hospital hi conformity wt'l rules and regulations ol the Amer lean Collese o! Sun-eons and til National Bor.rd of Hospitals an Homes o! the Methodist Churcl The hospital .superintendent will b selected by the church's ho«plL' Seen as Penalty To Newspapers WASHINGTON. March 10—l/Vl— Chairman Johnston ID-SC1 of tile Senate Post Office Committee said today "postal rales should never penali'/.c the small newspapers." .Inhnslon said lhat. while he helped introduce a bill lo adjust postal rates at the request of Postmaster General Donaldson, he mas not support some of its sections. Under the bill, highest increases in pcxslal rates would be for second class mall, which covers newspapers. rnat;a/ines and other publications. "I certainly am not willing to see smaller dally and weekly ne.ws- iud -o l papers whose continued existancc is essential to the free and ind- ependant dissemination of local lUCTION SAI Central Auto & Home Supply 419 West Main Blytherille 2:30 & 7:30 P.M. FRIDAY 2:30 & 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY BOTH STOCK & FIXTURES WILL BE SOLD Sale Will Be Conducted by Doc Dean O Don't Miss This Sale • SCHENLEY GIVES YOU OLDER WHISKIES -yef you pay n We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space Crappiu or Catfish 24 HOURS DAILY] Special Sunday Dinner] 75c Simpson Cafe| Ark-Mo Stale Line BABY CHICK! SPECIAL! For a Limited Time 4A $4 y>5 Baby \ J per I Chicks hundri L. K. ASHCRAFT C( Cherry & Railroad. 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There is a styW and pattern to suit tvery taste. Call us today. Find out how much yo»« ca« get for so little. Carney Awning Co. Ou-nrd and Operated hy J. R. "BOB" REKDER 113 South First rhone 2S1Z I T seems that valvc-in-heiul engine design is hccnming quite the lliiiij?, now thut jiiisoliucs nre .stepping up in ocluue rating unit hiijlicr compression ratios begin lo be worth while. Well, thnt's dniuly :ts far us Buick is concerned. For more llinn forty-five years, Huick engineers have been working with, developing and IcnrninS nil ulnnit vnlvc-in-lieiui engine design. So quite some lime ago Uuick applied a principle, possible only in valvc-in-hcad ilcsign, which still remains a Utiick exclusive. It is Fireball design —and it's nn interesting engineering story. Il comes from n specially shaped piston, designed to roll each fuel charge into n compact, whirling, bnll-slmpcd mass. It goes a step lu'yond high-compression ratios, because it means better mixing of fuel — and so belter burning. Result: More good from caeli fuel charge. A touch more life, pop. ginger. More o!" llmt happy, satisfying feel i)f power and /.ifi that give Huifk its good name as a performer. kio remember, as more and more curs climb on the valve-m- head bandwnrinn, that TCuick is still calling the tune. Still nhc»d in knowledge uiul experience mill development of a principle that has always been rccogni/.cd lor its greater basic efficiency. \Yith self-selling valve lifters adding new qniel and washing out tappet noise, it's plain thai "Iluick's the liny!" on engine design us in other ways. 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