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   Neosho Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - August 12, 1948, Neosho, Missouri                                NEOSHO DAILY DEMOCRAT 44 Evrry EvmlnK Kxcppt Smulay and Lepal liislvc Iny Wlro Vnitert fiur August 1948 Single Copy Five Cents Number 173 New Supper Club Saturday BISHOPS HOME BOY KILLED WITH AX Satan Wolfinbarger Enlarged Beau Monde Beau Mondes new supper club with a capacity of over 200 will open formally Saturday on Highway 71 west of Jerry Scaton and his five piece band with vocalist from Joplin will piny for dancing from a and will ap pear each Saturday night During the week a Solovox player and drummer will play for danc The new club is acknowledged as the best Neosho has ever and ofiers famed Wolfinbarger Sam Wolfinbarger is owner of the and Tony Wolfinbarger The new club has been arrang ed in the building formerly occu pied by the bowling alleys on the and the old Beau Monde cafe will be used in the future as a private dining A bar and lunchroom is locat ed at the front of the separated from the main dining room by a halfpar A with tables and is connected to the main dining The patio is completely enclosed with pine pal and has a smooth concrete Decorative scheme for the club is with white and light blue Jess McDaniel of Neo sho was and John Wolfingarger was general con tractor for the Booths of bleached with maroon were constructed and put up by the and Fur niture Manfacturing Henry Mischenfelder and Ed mnnd Dimensions of the club are 40 by 60 feet for the main room and 25 by 40 for the concrete A platform constructed of glass blocks is built at the north end of the building for the Paul Zajka Bishop Heron POUCE ARE HOIDING parolee Frrri at In the ax mtirder of Paul ward of Suffragan Episcopal ho police he surprised Pike in the n dead ones do not firrd i i Bishop Heron found Znykns A in the Heron Bishop Heron told I n robbed him saying one or two more i captured him In a 75mph International Snundphotos Russians Reported Preparing To Move Sizeable Number of New Troops to Germany Soon Kansas Men Given 60 Days As Vags Touring Scouts On Their Way Home Scouts of Troop 36 have left iftllowstoVie and are on their according to a wire today by Ralph The wire reads Stayed at Fishing bridge last Left park this Three Buying new Expect to be home Evervone Bears disturbed boys A letter written from Mam moth Hot Springs Monday to wife of Scoutmaster stated that they expected to leave the park stay at Wednesday at North Thursday night and Friday Nineteen Scouts of the troop and live adult lenders arc on the motor No Army Help On Hickory Creek Pierce City Denied Help Also On Clear Creek Floods Army engineers have dropped their investigation of Hickory creek flooding in Neosho and have decided against any improvement of the Clear creek waters at Pierce it was learned here Notice of the unfavorable pre liminary examination was receiv ed in Neosho from Henry division engineer for the corps at Best protection for Pierce Colonel Hutchins would consist of a levee and channel which would not be economically justified by the ben efits that may reasonably A public hearing on the period ic flooding of both Hickory and Clear creeks was held in the city auditorium here last October 23 with interested townspeople pre senting date on the damage done by the flooding Report of that meeting has been made by district and divis ion engineers and is unfavorable to further investigations by the army engineers at this the colonel All interested parties have the privilege of presenting their views on the subject matter of the re port to the Board of Engineers of Rivers and u permanent board sitting at he Dying Motorist Receives No Help From Travelers Ear Crabtree and Lorenzo Rod both of were given 60day jail sentences today by Magistrate Dunn on vagrancy The two men were originally charged with burglary and lar as companions of Frank man who admitted thefts in the southwest part of Watson is bound over to circuit Crabtree will serve his 60day sentence and pay costs of the ac while Rodabaughs jail sen tence was suspended on payment of All three Kansas men were ar j rested 5 on the burglary 1 after Clyde Fowl er had chased Watson several j blocks upon finding him in her 1 i Report Spearheads Propaganda Barrage Bringing New Low to EastWest Relations Farmers Report Bad Oats and Wheat Crop In the old if a motorist saw a car hed stop to see what the trouble Now were all in too much of a commented C o r 1 e y Newton county cor this Thompson made the statement after his investigation showed that a prominent Mount Vernon Ryan had died of a heart attack yesterday on Highway after vain at tempts to signal i Landrums body was discover cd about 6 last slumped in the front seat of his car which was narked ubout half a mile form the NewtonBarry rounty Several motorists told the cor oner that they had passed the car all during the One who had passed the car three stopped about 6 to and found Landrums It was Coroner Thompsons that Landrum hud not I died of the heart attack until I some time after he was and that he had turned his car lights on to signal i One motorist said thai he had noticed the car at 10 I parked with the lights i that Landrum was sitting at the with j his head on his When I he had slumped to Bright hand side of the and had placed a letter for it was believed on I the seat beside I contacted in j Mount said her husband had been warned of heart disease by his Acording to his also of j Ml Landrum left there I about 9 saying i that he was uoinu west of Monett 1 on a business HP would be he about j The body was removed to the Orr funeral home at Mount Ver non for services and Landrum was an abstractor at Mount and was connect ed with the buildimj and loan I association ClarltBlgham and Claude Stephen son and son spent the past few days here visiting Stephensons and Ada was a Neosho visitor this OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT HERE if you need a talk to us about it before i going to some outoftown agency You ihoutd Savings Account even 11 you Uo not need a regular Checking Account MONEY TO LOAN All applications for loini prompt consideration FIRST NATIONAL BANK MISSOURI Nona Only National Bank In Newton or McDonald Countlei Poatal Bavligi Oapoiltary United States Depoiltary MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM and Railroad To Be Junked If Not Sold Before 60 Days 12 iUPi The Interstate Commerce commission yesterday authorized he Missouri and Arkansas rail way to scrap its entire 330 miles of line unless it receives a reas onable cash offer within the next 60 days from a responsible per son or firm Miat wants to oper ate the The which runs from Joplin to has not been operating since Directors of the road ask ed the commission at that time lo let them abandon the line be cause they were losing The commission ruled that the railroad can be abandoned un less within 60 days a re sponsible firm or cor poration offers to purchase it for continued operation at a price not less than the net salvage value of the The commissions decision came after nearly two years of extensive investigations and hearings into the abandonment The state of Arkan its congressional delegation and many private shippers at one time or another opposed the But the commission said while it would like to see renew ed operation of the present and future public con venience and necessity permit the abandonment of the Quarry Foreman Is Electrocuted at Pierce City Plant Mark a former jranby was killed instantly at 9 yesterday in Pierce City when he came in contact with u 2300 volt electric had moved to Pierce City in March last and was employed HS a quarry foreman at the Dixie Engineering corporation Scaegs was workiiiM at the located at the northwest etifie of Pierce when he con tacted the Lester shovel was working about six feet from and said that the shock threw the foreman several The Dixie corporation mines lime rock from the Surviving are his Sydney Scaggs a Johnny and a Victoria Cnthryn all of the home three Alfred Seat of Gene Seat of Wich and Floyd Seat of Baxter and two John Carmack of Picher and Pearl Bolton of Los The body was received by the Wessel funeral home at Pierce and funeral services will be conducted in the Wessell chapel at 10 Sunday by the Assembly of God The body will then be taken to for services at the Assembly of God the Horn Burial will be in Oak Hil cem etery at under Wes sell Babe Ruth But Still Critical New 12 Babe Ruth rallied but nn announcement from Memorial hospital for cancer and allied diseases said his condition still was A midmorning hospital bul lelm on the condition of the 54 yearold former homerun king said Babe Ruth rallied this morn liis pulse is Condi tion improved although still crit A hospital earlier had said the Babe was thorough ly conscious and holctim his His condition had been reported slightly improved last night after an announcement yester day that he had developed pul monary complications and had been placed the critical list An improvised pressroom was set up in the hospital to accom odnte reporters and photograph ers who waited throuuh the night for news of any in Ruths A flood of telephone calls mod tlu1 hospital Kids to whom the Babe was only u and adults who remem bered seeing him park one in the bleachers two decades called to ask how lie They called radio stations and police pre cincts all day yesterday after it was announced that Ruths con dition was Kids broke off a ball game in a nearby vacant lot and trooped sadly to the hospital to inquire about A bus driver stopped in front of the hospital and mo tioned Hes still someone call ed and the bus moved Ruth has been ill for two He entered French hospital and the following 6 he was oueratcd Blood ves sels in his neck were tied off and he remained in the hospital for nearly three Since that time he has been in and out of hosoitals with increas ing Expect to Make Up Loss in Corn Harvest Farmers renort that on n coun tywide basis both wheat and oats have been averaging be tween 25 and 35 bushels per acre this Few fields have brought higher and one of the best yields known was on the Truman Cole farm near Stella where a largr field averaged 45 bushels per The wet weather has bogged down threshing operations and half of the grain is still in the fields in some areas of the coun Cecil Cullers of Route one of the few fanners in the Stella leuioii to have his operation that he harvested an average of 30 bushels per acre from his The quality wns only and the moisture was be tween 14and 15 points to the Mosl of Cullers neighbors still have their threshing to do and accordinu to Cullers all will he satisfied if they can break even on their grain hoping to make up their loss with the ex pected bumper corn Cullers himself has nearly 20 acres of drilled corn in the In dian creek Neighbors say thnt his stand is one of most per fect in the region for the past trn Ears BIT well formed and the field hasnt got 11 bad spot in Yield estimates for the field range anywhere from to 100 bushels per Another 38 am com field in the North Indian creek bottom on the Homer Wright about 4 miles due west of has drawn county wide and farm ers from nearly every part of the county have inspected the field and their estimates ranged around the 100 bushel Tex who re turned recently from occupation duty in Korea to his home in Di lias been recalled to ac tivp He was aid in admini ion of the new selective serv British Paper Says Clothing Stores Are Swamped With Orders 12 UP A report that the Soviet army was preparing to move sizeable num bers of new troops into Germany soon today spearheaded a propa ganda barrage signalizing a new low in eastwest The Britishlicensed Telegraf said clothing shops and factories throughout Mecklenburg were with orders for Russian army for fresh troops expected to arrive in the near The same which earlier this week reported that the Russians were fortifying their zo nal border with Western said the Soviets were pressing to ward sole rule over all of Ber Sovirt military the newspapers were trying to create a chaotic situation to be I used as a pretext for Russian mil itary intervention in j Coincident with reports that j eastwest talks in Moscow had I reached a Soviet propa Kuncla organs renewed bitter at j on the The attack was pegged on demands that the Ber lin city council be and the whole city be engrossed in the Soviet Newspaper licensed by Uir western powers also stepped up their They sakl Soviet promises to feed all of Bev i lin were bogged with freight trains piled up on siding outside the city for lack of unloading fa 1 cilities Soviet sector they were bickering among themselves over responsibility for the log the trouble actually stemmed from of the Soviets to make unloading The Tilegraf said Hie Russian campaign to take control of ail Berlin now was under This aim is to be achieved by the employment of great numbers of communists in key positions I and by paralysing the city admin the paper They hope that these meas together with their block will create a condition of i which will justify Soviet 1 military Soviet licensed newspapers at Continued on Page 2 Sarah a former Neo sho resident and an aunt of Lee 502 West is ser iously ill in Johns hospital in and Roy McClung and children of Ponca are visiting and Da vis of Granby Route Helen Route was a visitor in town this Charles Route Neo visited Neosho CLOVER FIELDS WILL HAVE TO BE RESEEDEU Clover planted this spring did not have a good start and farmers report that most of the field will have to be reseeded but on the place farmed by about two miles due east of clover seeded thjs spring has formed a stand which is over two feet Loval forest tower man at the Elwood has resigned his position to go to the west He will be replaced the Missouri Conservation commission THE WEATHER 1 iliy the United Prtit I For Missouri Partly i toniuht and tomorrow with i a few scattered southwest this forenoon and in i south half No important change in High to day 90 to low tonight near TEMPERATURES Yesterdays high temperature was 92 recorded at the Fisheries The low last night was and the reading at 8 today was Total rainfall last night was of an DX kerosene and fuel accurate quick de EdBell Oil Com fp29ltf McQueen of Wheaton is a surgical patient in Johns hospital In When U think of insurance call Bussell fp133tf Herb Life FASHIONS FOR BACKTOSCHOOL give all little girls the look so wanted this Enticing new styles with all of KATE CHKENAWAYS traditional Interpreted in unusual combinations of patterns and Quality details make them easy to launder wear Sizes 7 to to Trojan Maid Dresses For School Agers McGINTYS   

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