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THURSDAY, MARCH IT, 1949 BLTTHEYTLIJB (ARK.V COOTTKK NEWS PACK TH1KTECT ;old Threatens loal Stockpiles Winter Increases Pinch of Miners' Mourning Walkout PITTSBURGH, March 11. M> Vtntry blasts in many areas of t!ie Quntry today built up a potentia Jlhreat to coal users in the mine phutdown. The four-day-old combined mem Jorial and protest worlt stoppage o •about 463.000 hard and soft coal Iminers started with a huge 10, O.COO ton above-ground supply. Bu •extended cold weather whittled 1 Idown fast. In this bituminous center, th [Retail Coal Dealers reported stool I in coal yards were expected to suf 1 lice—unless the work stoppage WR I prolonged or the weather slayc I below freezing. Secretary Howard Gibbs ot 11 | retail group said: "Coal stocks at the start of tl I mine shutdown were larger than 1 normal due to the mild winter we I have been having. The present cold wave has brought, a flood of orders I but not enough to deplete stocks. I If a smnll retailer should run put 1 of conl he can get more by pick| ing up his telephone." A spokesman for VS. St,ee) Corp., I one of the nation's biggest conl us- 1 ers, declined to say how much fuel the firm had in reserve. But he ] commented. "At present, U.S. Steel us to continue normal opera- It ions." Other Industry spokesmen foresaw hardship for the Individual ln- I stead of the big consumers. Ralph | Taggart. chairman of the Anthracite Operations Association Wilkes-Earre, demanded John Lewis end the work stoppage. In Harrison County, W.Va., the first net of violence in connection with the mine shutdown was ported yesterday, state Trooper P D. Swiger said about 20 carloads o pickets forced nine trucks haillin coal from non-union mines to dump their coal on the highway. Near Pittsburgh, roving pickets were also reported molesting truck ers hauling non-union mined coa Obituaries William D. Cooper Dies; '•uneral to Be Friday Atom-Power Is Foreseen For Aircraft Funeral services for William D. Cooper, Vi, of Gosnell will be con- ucted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Ihe Cobl) Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. Lee Anderson. Burial will be n Dogwood Cemetery. Mr. Cooper died al the home of ils brother Charles YV. Coo]>er In Gosnell at 1:30 this morning fol- owlng a long illness. Born in ML Vernon, III., he moved o Gosnell 20 yours ago to make his lome with his brother. He Is also survived by another brother Lee Cooper of Johnsonville, 111. Memphian May Be Freed from Murder Charge Court Is Asked To Allow Negroes In White School LITTLE ROCK, March 17. Iff) — TJ. S. District Court here has been nsked to direct that Ne^ro pupils be ^permitted to attend the Dcwitt, Ark., School, now restricted to white students. The order was sought in a supplemental pleading filed yesterday by w. Harold Flowers, Pine BlufI Negro attorney who represents a group or Negro residents In a suit against directors of the Dewil.t School District. The'• pleading contended Negro" residents were entitled to send their children to the Dewitt High School under the U. S. Constitution. Arkansas law prescribes segregation of white anci Negro races in schools. The original suit, filed about two months ago, asked that the directors be required to provide "equal facilities." In their reply, the directors denied there was discrimination and set out that although there was no high school for Negroes in the Dewitt district, students were transported to another district by bus. Yesterday's brief reiterated Hie assertion that proper facilities were not furnished Negroes. The suit has not been set foi trial. Balkans Seethe With Rumors of War Against Tito ROME, March 17. (Ifi— Tile Balkans boiled with new rumors todny of impending action by the Comin- form nations against Marshal Tito's ugoslnvla. One report quoted a Moscow rondcnster as saying "the war gainst Tito's clique has begun in villages and cities ami will nol until complete elimination of j he traitors." This report was carried by Astra, he Italian news agency, which reported last mcht that Soviet and mtl-Tito Yugoslav forces were .rawn up on the borders. The Bul- ;arlan government has denied that •my forces were gathering on Hul- r ar borders. Astra said the Moscow broadcaster, speaking on n Serb-Croatlon transmission, had this to say: 'We are not lighting against the Yugoslav people. We wish, in Tact, to help them liberate themselves from n tyranny that Is bringing their country to ruin." The comliiform—the Communist Internationa) Information Bureau —has blasted premier Tito of Yugoslavia for nationalist practices which deviated from the line laid down by Moscow. Yesterday 1" Lindnn Ales Bebler. Yugoslav deputy foreign minister, said he expected some new pressure soon from the Cominform against the rule of Tito. WELLKSLEY, Mass., March n. (n't—An Atomic Energy Commissioner told today of Air Force plans for n plane that would be powered by an atomic engine. Robert F. Bachcr of the Commission told a science conference celebrating the 75lh anniversary of Wcllesley College that Hits Is "probably the most exclllne" of new ex- perunenls with atoms. U was announced recently tint 1 the Navy wns working on a nuclear engine that might enable its ship, to roam the seven seas without re fueling. Bithcer's speech, us re leased li uivnnce of delivery, said Ihe direction taken by the development of atomic energy will be determined by international conditions. But he said regardless ol whclh- er tools of peace or weapons o[ war are made, It will mean progress in this new field because "peace-time applications of atomic energy are closely related to war-time polcn- tial." The development of atomic energy during Ihe war was for |]H> sole purpose of producing an atomic bomb, Bat'her said. But now innumerable uses arc being explored. For one thing, he said, it is "at !o;tst technically possible" la pro- luce electrical energy from atoms, new varieties of Ihe t'k'iiu'nls found In nature, or cntiix-ly new elements. TORT WAYNE, Ind, March n. W)—Police chief Xyster II. Elsen- hut asked Prosecutor Alton L. Dloom last night to move (or dismissal o[ a murder Indictment against Charles E. Dodson, 32, Memphis, Term. Dodson Is one of two men under Indictment for the sex staying of Mrs. Dorothea Howard In March, 1945. He was a soldier stationed at Baer Field here at that time. Elsenhut said that the state's key witness against Dodson hai been thoroughly discredited, that Dortson has helped police lu the Investigation of the case. Hint he believes Dodson's statements of Innocence be true, and that a "truth serum" test given Dodson last weekend substantiates his statements. The police chief asked thai Dodson be held ns A material witness to testify In the trial of Robert V. Christen, 3fi, Denver, Colo., who was Indicted with htm. 'flic prosecutor had no comment. The death of Mrs. Howard was one of three sex slaytngs to which Ralph LobaiiBh of Kokomo pleaded guilty and for which he Is under sentence to die lu the electric chair. I.obnuRh hns on file n petition for a wilt ol error which, If granted, would give him a new trial. Senator Says Committee to Okay Rent Bill Full Investigation Of Military Data Leaks Demanded -ivestock Communists in China May Cross Yangtze River North Missco Scout Leaders to Meet Tonight Scouters In the North Mississippi County District of the Boy Scouti of America will meet tonight at tiie City Hall to plan their calendar for the current year. Wilson Bohnn- ning, scout executive for the district said today. The tentative plans cull for » Scout Court of Honor and a Canip- oree to be held in the near future. R. A. Nelson, chairman for the district, will direct tonight's meeting, whicrr- was to be attended by district committee, scoutmasters, nd representatives of organiza- ions sponsoring scout Uoops. Committees to attend include: camping activities, orgnnization and extension, finance, health and safe,y and leadership and training. Crash Victim's Mother Wins $500 Judgment Mr.s.Ethel BoycU, ns mlminist fix of the estate of her daughter Mrs. Dorothy Schultz, yeslerdnj obtained judgement for S500 In Mississippi County Circuit Court ni;alm Dr. J. M. Walls of Walls Hnsnlta in a suit in which she clmrKed neglect In cnring for a patient. The judgement was on a nine member verdict by n jury : heard the case wihch WHS trU-rt be fore Judf!e 7-nl 15. Harrison this week. Under Arkansas governing civil cases verdicts returned by nine of the 12 n jer.s of a petit jury. The crmrt during the trial of the case had directed verdicts for the other defendants hi the case. They were Raymond Cruwford, driver of an automobile involved in the accident In which Mrs. Schnltz wns fatally injured in July, 1947, and Virgil Walls, who was business manager nt the time the suit was filed. NANKING. March 17—MV—Cotll- mmlst attempts to cross the Y /.e River appeared near today. At be same time Red uprisings In South China grew. Government spokesman, Gen Tens Wen-Yl, announcer! 100.000 Manchurlan Red troops had reinforced the Communl-sUs at Sucho\v, 180 miles northwest of Nanking. Other troops, under Red Oen. Lin Piao's command, were massed just north of the capital. TeiiB said the main strength of Red Gen Chen Yl's Central China armies were licadliiK 'or staging arens on the north bank of llic river near Hankow. Boals for the crossing were reported under construction. WASHINGTON. March 11. OT- Chalrinnn Maybank (D-SC) predicted Senate Dunking Comniltlce approval todny of a 15-month extension" of rent controls with provision for boosting sonic venls 15 percent over 1847 levels. A bunking sub-committee- okayed the bill lute yesterday. An official of the housing expediter's office low reporters the rents on about half the imtlon's tcniuH dwellings would be hiked live pel- cent October 1 under terms of the measure. Further Increases arc provided liUer for n lessci- number. Miiybimk called a closed-door session of the full banking committee this afternoon to study the smaller unit's work. He forecast a favorable vole by nightfall and suhl he expects to have the bill on the Senate calendar tomorrow, However, Semite aellun probably won't come until next wct-k, ami fu liny event, not until the current row over c-lmnKtnB Ihe Seimto rules Ims been .settled. President 1 Truman hnci nskcd for a two-year extension of rent controls beyond March 31. when the iri'sent law expires. 11« also asked for a Bcncrul tightening up of con trols. The sub-conimittec measure cuts the extension shuil and loosens sunn, rent re.striclions, bul It dues tighten some others.' The House already has approved i 15-month extension, but It too fallt. short of Mr. Truman's request, f'o one thlm;, It authorl/.es stale nu< local olllclnls to remove control whenever they see fit. The Senate measure contains cli provision, but 11 would let 111 ((dividual slales lake over the con rol program whenes'er (lie govei or certified Unit his stale had a ideciimtc rent control lnw on the jooks. WASHINGTON, March 17—(ff 1 )— A number ol lawmaker! claiming Ihnl highly secret military Information !ms been spilled to "potential enemies," today demanded * {uU In- vesllgotlon. Tlio House Armed Services nnd Appropriations CoinmHleca »alcl they already have started informal Inquiries lulo the publication of (A) Information nboiit possible United Slales Acrlnl bombing target* In Hussln ami (U) pictures and m«t» of Atomic InstalltUoni In thti country. And Clmhmnn Vlnson (D-Qa) of the armed services group said lie hfis asked Secretary of Air Sym (union for "n full oxplalnntlon" ol any part the Air Korce may hnvs pluyed lu disclosure ot the lar data. Vinson said he did not know whether secret Information hml been rclenscd by Ihe military or helher the stories were "merely le ciitirlnslotia of Hie men irlio •rote them,,. NATIONAL STOCKYAHD3, 111., March 11 (fl>-(U8DA>—HOfa 10,900; (airly active; (eneraHy iteady o 35 loww than Wedne*d»y'» aver- g«; .lat«r trad« alow on'weights under 170 Iba with bldi 78 lower; bt\lk good and cholc* 180-330 lb> 1.00-18; top 21.25; 930-370 It* 19.7831,00; 310-JOO Ibs !«.J5-30.00; early salei 140-110 lb< IS.59-W.76; taUr bids 19.00-50 on 140-1 BO )be; roort 1)0-130 Irx 16.25-19.00; sow* 400 Ibs down 17.25-18.50; over 400 Ibi 16.2517.00; stag! 1200-H60. Oattlt 3,500: calves BOO; general market showing easy undertone; •ome early sales of steers and hel- ler* a> welt a> cow> about steady jut later bidding unevenly lower; bulls and vealers steady; few loads and lots of good steers 23.25-25.00; some good quality replacement lUer. a.00-50; food ______ mixed yevliB«B H.OO-XM; bojtn showmt • deflntt* pfttwoe* far common and l«.M-l»iO; odd hMd toad vpwtrt from 11,38; eanneri and lJ.SO-ie.SO. , PRESdHPTHMS Prath Stock Guaranteed BMt Pried Kirby Drug Stores Health Clinics Planned n 3 N. Missco Schools A schedule for clinics U> be coti- k'leil lu three- Mississippi Countj bix))* by tho Norlh MLnslsslpp County llntlth unit wns announced by Mrs, Annubc'l Pill, public irallh muse. Sum!l)Kix and diphtheria shots will be t!ivcn students at Rocky School Miirch 22 t\i 10 a.m. The InuuuntaUlons for typhoid, dlphthnlri and smallpox will be (riven In the Lcfichvllje school, Mu'Th 22. and 2!), April 5 and April 12. beulnulng nt 1 p.m. The health nurse will be In Mn- nlla at 0 a.m. April 5. 12 nnd 19 to i:lvo typhoid shots. Other Imnui- nlnnlkms flavc been completed at Mmilla. Lepers 'on Nagashima BuiMing Observatory TOKYO— I/Pi— After eight years lepers on Nagashhna. tiny Island in the Inland Sea. arc going io get the observiUory they want. The lepers of (he colony bought a British-made telescope In the spring of 1911 and planned an astronomical observatory to help sjicnd interminable hours. The war intervened, but they saved the tcle^ seope. When the Japanese astronomer Minoru HoncU began his recent scr- ies of comet discoveries, the lepers remembered their project and asked his advice. 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Strong police detachments wer thrown n round government build- I ings in Rome and the Central Piazza Colonna, where authorities and j demonstrators have fought in the past- The Piazza, where rioting occurred Saturday, was kept clear by police. Communists and fellow travelers kept up their word buttle in the Chamber of Deputies all night and into today. It already Is the longest filibuster on record in Italy. Premier AlcJde de Gasperl has plenty of votes to assure adherence of Italy to the accord, once his solid Christian Democratic Party has the chance to cast them. .Read Courier News Want RUPTURE Expert Coming Here Again GEO. L. HOWE Well-known expert, of Indianapolis, and ex-U. S. Army Medical Corpsman, will personally demonstrate his method without charge at the Noble Hotel, BlythevIHe, Monday. March 2ist fro'm 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mr. Howe says the Howe method contracts the openings In remarkably short time on the nveraKe BABY CHICKS SPECIAL! 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