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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville courier news the dominant newspaper of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri vol. Al via no. 80 Blytheville Dally new Blytheville courier Mississippi Valley Leader Blytheville Herald Blytheville Arkansas. Friday june 23, 1950 fourteen pages Bingle copies five cant president s forces open drive to gain Senate s of on foreign arms shipment by Don Whitehead Washington june 23. Apr administration forces opened a drive today for Senate approval of a program which would place americans most modern weapons except atomic bombs along the defense frontiers of Western eur senator Cornball of Texas had Lancashire Blytheville Man gets canner Post e. R Lancashire manager of the Blytheville Canning co. For nearly seven years has been named Secretary manager of the canners league of Florida. Or. Lancaster said he is to assume his duties in Lakeland. Fla., about july 15. He came to Blytheville in 1942 when he purchased the Canning company Here from the late George Greb. Or. Lancashire sold his interest in the firm to Bush Brothers co. In 1945 he continued in his capacity As manager of the Plant until 1949 and. Mrs Lanci Piure wipe their Home at 1937 Chucka i it him to to amp a Here i rom map a a in in Dot a the Job of guiding the $1,222,500,000 foreign arms plan into its second year of operation. Chere was trouble ahead mostly from republicans. I the major Points of dispute were a provision to give president. Truman authority to hand Over $122,250,000 Worth of arms to any european nation whose defense he considers vital to the Security of the United states. <2 an amendment which would permit the . Government to sell arms on credit to any Friendly naj lion. <3> a proposal by senator i Odge or mass it to permit Marshall plan nations to draw on $5,000,000,000 of european recovery funds for military purposes. These funds Are local currencies deposited by european countries to match recovery dollars. New weapons two Senate committees strongly emphasized yesterday that new Type weapons developed since world War ii would go into Europe a defences. While Many of these arms Are not yet being produced in any numbers. The Senate foreign relations and armed services committees said in a report that new weapons capable of mass production will make it possible to defend Western Europe without Matching an invader division for division. Quot our armed forces and those of our partners must have w Ell equip Ped forces available a men armed with the most modern weapons science can develop a the commit i tees said any show of weakness at this i time the committees argued would be a confession Quot which the soviet Union would not be slow to interpret As an invitation to no atomic help under present Law. The United states cannot Arm european nations with atomic weapons. But other arms can be supplied As they become available and it was to these that tile referred. The report pc a recoil to to probes say St. Louis firm doing $500,000 per Day business bookmaking profit increases Are explained a courier news photo honorary cab because rheumatic fever prevented him from becoming a member of the cub scouts. Charles Wyatt it above 13-year-old son of or. And mrs. Albert Wyatt of Portageville route two. Recently was made an honorary member of Portageville cub pack two. Young Wyatt who has been ill fur the past i months with the malady passes away the Long hours by practising some of Lite Art Learned in the scouts Here he is shown weaving a pot Holder. At the upper left is shown two belts he has Woven from string and thread. Behind him is an embroidered Pillow slip which he recently completed. Young Wyatt who is a Rabid St. Louis Cardinal Tan also pends Many hours listening to the Cardinal broadcasts. Water company lets contract for $50,000 filtering Plant water co has let the contract for its i new water filial a my Plant which will Cost about $50,000 and triple its filtering capacity As soon As the addition is finished c. W Kapp water company manager announced today. Miss co swim pools receive sanitary Check William h Mitchell sanitary Engineer for Mississippi county made his first periodical inspection of Public a a rimming pools in the county Var Mitchell Aid he took bacteriological samples to Check on bacteria in the water and Marie chlorine tests he also checked on the general cleanliness of the pools which included inspection of dressing rooms Sud grounds around the pools. Public swimming pools in the county that were inspected were the Blytheville municipal Pool the Blytheville airbase Pool and the Bassett Pool. New York stocks closing quotations a t a t Amer tobacco Anaconda Ripper Beth steel Chrysler Gen electric it ii motors Montgomery Ward n y Central int Harvester j c Penney Republic steel radio Soony vacuum Studebaker Standard of n j Sears Packard to s Serl Southern Pacific a cooker Arkansas forecast p this afternoon tonight 158 7-8 of 1-4 32 1-8 38. To 49 1-8 96 1-2. 57 8-8. 13 1-2. 28 3-8. 58 7-8 38 3-8 21 7-8 21 1-2 34 1-4 78 1-4 47 7-8 3 3-4 35 7-8 55 3-4 by Cloudy id Satur r 8 Cloudy dry with a few scattered thundershowers no important temperature changes. Missouri forecast partly Cloudy. Windy humid tonight and saturday Little change in temperature Low tonight 70-75. High saturday 90-95 minimum this morning 76 maximum yesterday 90 Sunset today -7 16. Sunrise tomorrow 4 48 precipitation 24 hours to 7 a in today none total since Jan i 33 41 mean temperature Midway a been High and Low 83. Normal mean tem Pera lure june�?78 this Date year minimum this morning or maximum yesterday 93 precipitation Jan. I to tuts �?30,91, k a wow explosive for use sniffs to Naton Tryr min Ani new1 uses of vacuum tube fuses. A these new weapons of defense Quot the report said Quot give us greater Assurance that our plans c. N be earned out successfully i bout the necessity of Matching the enemy i division for division tank for tank. I or Man for Connally was confident that he Senate would approve the Bill virtually As it came out of the foreign relations and armed services committees indications were that a final vote would not be reached until Early next week Weevils found no infestation been reported a Boll Weevil a somewhat of a rarity to Mississippi county Farmers the e Days was exhibited at the courier news yesterday. The Weevil was brought in by t f Martin Dell planter who said that it was the fourth Weevil found in his Cotton this Spring. All four of the insect were found in the Ime Patch. I Martin said but this morning. County a ont d v Malkeh of Osceola said that there Wax no Caille for alarm Weevils actually Are nothing new to Mississippi county. There were some found last year. He said. Been found before Quot in fact we found a Good Many last year in the lower end of the count a or. Malych said but there were none reported that tar or Maloch cautioned Farmers that because the Weevils have been found a. No reason for wholesale poisoning operations. Quot there is absolutely no need for poisoning unless Farmer find they have Many Weevils and believe they need and some sections of the county can expect More Weevil before Harvest time. The county agent Aid last year the biggest number of the insects were found in the last half of August and the first of september but even then the Weevils were not found in numbers. But or Maloch said of the counties further South have a dry and hot summer that May Check the jew Weevils in this county. If chill. Dav or Kapp said by j and Lucy construction co. We h was awarded the contract. Was the new equipment will consist of an aerating system and Coke and Sand filters to Complete the water purifying treatment West Cherry St in the 200 Block near the company s present system is to be the site of the new filtering Plant. Or. Kapp said. Or. Kapp also announced the addition of new water lines and continuance of an expansion program which will begin in the near future. To Inch line Laid a to Inch water line has been completed on Henderson Street which runs from Blytheville fertilizer company to Blytheville Oil Plant on Elm Street. This line Turtle North on Elm Street or Kapp Aid. And has been Laid past Harrison school and eventually will be tied into the Federal compress thus forming a Loop let serve the entire Southeastern area of the City. An eight Inch line also has been completed to Loop Western and Southern Blytheville from Highway 61 South due West on Brawly Street to South sixteenth Street a six Inch line extends from Brawley and South sixteenth Stipel in the negro area to the City limits going South. Rockard Street Ping next week the company manager i id. 500 feet of six Inch pipe will be installed on Lockard Street running North off East Highway in this will reach the City limit. On tenth Street the company will Lay a new to Inch line from Ash Street to Moultrie drive giving that area added fire Protection Ani water service. This line also will provide service for Hie new Blytheville High school. Quot in All i Kapp said Quot this work will take at least 60 Days As re sodding and breakage and repair of pavement is a slow process in residential Adams addition line from Moultrie drive North on tenth Street the company plan to extend an eight Inch line up to Adams Street this Extension of the to Inch line will serve the Adams addition and act As a feeder line giving both Rita water service and fire Protection to that area other water Mains so tied led to be Laid next week include a line on Mchaney Road from Highway 61 South due a i to the City limits this will include the area on Thomas Street in the Southeast part of town and lines also will he run from Park Street East six Block of pipeline were Laid in that area two weeks ago i Kapp said to provide added fire Protection. Laterals Are to be run both there and in the southwestern part of the City within the next 30 Days or Kapp added these developments ate part of the company a expansion plan to pipe in the entire town wherever necessary and feasible or Kapp said Federal Reserve Board says few companies gained Washington. June 23. Pm a the Federal re Cive Board reported today a few Large companies accounted for the upswing in corporate profits in Early 1950 because they alone were Able to Cut costs. In the june Issue of its monthly Quot bulletin a tile Board said smaller concerns missed sharing in the Overall profits gain Tor the reason they have been less Success us in their attempt to reduce costs in the face of growing Quot i Tiger companies have realized substantial operating economies from extensive postwar additions and improvements to Plant and equipment a it continued. Quot hence while corporate profits for first Quarter 1950 were larger in the aggregate than those of fourth Quarter 1949, the increase reflect the improved earnings of a few Large companies rather than a general Rise Iii the earnings of All size Cia. Ses of concerns i the report was issued in the Wake of a decision by the House ways and Means committee to prox get a Bill boosting income tuxes on concern with profits above $167,000 a year reducing the rate on those w Ithie Crne earnings sees production Rise the Board saw Quot a continued Rise in Industrial production Ai companies by moderate increase in Pricer a pointing to a further expansion in business inventories and in the volume of business credit this year despite the comparatively Low efficiency rating it gave smaller concern on their Early 1950 showings. It suggested improvements should be expected Quot numerous opportunity., exist Tor further Cost reduction through modernization and improvement of facilities a it said Quot new product and processes Are continually being developed through research on a scale unprecedented j in i Acet Imp Quot to what extent by Hies May initiate further expansion and modernization of their Plant and equipment will depend in part on their efforts to reduce co. And increase productivity and in part on the demand for their products and ser i vices. Financially Busine concerns n the aggregate Are favourably situated both with respect to liquid assets and inflow of fund from operations to undertake further a pan Washington june 23. Ai a Senate crime invest Titra tors disclosed today that a St. Louis gambling firm has been doing a $500,000-a-Day mail order and Telegraph Bookie business on horse races and baseball bets. Chairman Kefauver a Tenn of the crime investigating committee named the firm As c. J. Rich and co. He said the firms records Are now in the hands of committee invest Igat ors. The disclosure came As Kefauver questioned chief Post office inspector Cli Trio c. Garner of the possibility of charging Gambler with violation of jars Ful regulations in the use of the mails. In other develop Metus 1 it Tamer told report Senate hive i will go into Ohio a sure by gov. Frank j Lausche of i Lull cooperation from state Law enforcement agencies 2 i i. On director James v Bennett told the senators or american bar relation is con i is Derma recommending legislation aimed at slapping an excise tax on gambling profits. Garner said the Post office department once obtained indictment against c. J Rich and co., on grounds the finns business was a violation of the lottery Laws. Held no violation he. Aid a Federal District judge held that although the him was doing a Busine $500,000 a Day there Wax no lottery violation recall e skill a. Involved in picking the winners. Gainer said the government did not Appeal because the la s. District attorney decided against pressing the charges. Kefauver said committee hive to gators Are studying the Case a police raid on a gambling Headquarters in by Louis has uncovered literature showing that c. I Rich and co. Has been doing a nationwide gambling business by 1 mail Aud Telegraph. Police reported some of the rec Ards showed Western Union office managers had been offered a 25 per cent Cut on betting profits for handling bets. Committee counsel Rudolph Hailey asked Garner if mailing Lay off bets by Check would be considered a mail fraud and of gamblers could be prosecuted for using the mails til this manner. Garner said it might be but he would have to get. A Legal opinion from the Post office solicitor. Curbs sought Bennett testified that the criminal Law Section of the american bar association is studying the possibility of recommending special Federal taxes on gambling profits along with other proposals to curb gambling. Among these he said is a pro-Po-a1 that Hie government publish the names of persons who Are Lien de to operate Jot machines in states where they Are illegal. Another possibility he said is to place Federal penalties on the Ope i a lion of n u in b e r s rackets gambling tables bookmaking and j gambling devices. He said this study is being con a ducted by Arthur Freund of St. Louis chairman of the bar groups 1 criminal Law Section. Senator Hunt a Wyo asked a agree if he thinks betting commissioner James j Corroll of St. Louis conducts a Legal business. Garner replied he is not familiar with Carrolls operations Carroll recently testified before a Senate group. Johnson lays stress on far East policies by Tom Lambert Tok i of june 23. A defense Secretary Louis John said before his departure for the United states tonight lie thinks a the Security of America is tied in with the America maintains its position in tile ear son that was in a new conference. I today with american businessmen Johnson my a Jamel leu do and missionaries foreign diplomats and i Arn sure will if ail things and japanese financial and Educa Navy set to build another super Carrier Hollywood idea not new French had uplift Bra in 26 n. O. Cotton july or t. Dec mar. May open Low close 3329 3340 3315 3323 3304 3308 3260 3266 3300 3304 3251 3255 3307 3311 3266 3259b 3305 3306 3257 3250b be new York Cotton for open High Low close july. 3363 3371 3336 3343 of. 3315 3319 3270 3276 dec. 3313 3314 3250 3262 Dale a Quot. 3317 3318 3255 3268 1 May. 3316 3316 3250 3263 by Jerry Korn 4 Washington. June 23 a a a the Navy plans to Start building a aircraft Carrier in 1951 Only a Little smaller than the huge vessel which became a Center of controversy last year after construction on it was halted. A High Navy official confirmed last night that tile joint chiefs of staff and Secretary of defense Johnson had Given a go ahead on the new vessel. It will have a runway about. 25 feet longer than the 9h6 j foot deck on the largest car i l hers now in service. The projected Quot super carriers which Johnson junked last year alter the keel had been Laid would have been 1,090 feet Long and would have Cost an estimated $125,000000 the new Carrier is expected to Cost somewhat less. Johnson action in ordering work i stopped on the 65,000-ton Carrier Quot United states raised a storm of protest among Navy officials Secretary of the Navy John l Sullivan quit his Job with a denunciation of Johnson. Denfeld ouster the Carrier Issue later played a major role in the Sharp attack damaging launched against Pentagon policies before a congressional committee by a Parade of Navy admirals. Adm Irmis e Denfeld chief of naval operations was ousted following his participation in the affair. Adm. Forrest p. Sherman w to succeeded Denfeld. Told lawmakers earlier this year that eventually flush deck carriers would be needed to accommodate Large planes existing carriers have an Quot Island super Structure rising on one Side of tile j runway limiting the size of the aircraft which can operate on tile deck the Baltimore Sun said last night j that Quot the Navy has been encouraged to seek two of the revolution Ary new vessel next autumn Quot As a 1 result of Quot important economies in other naval it said one might be new and another created from an existing vessel. Wile Money for a new Carrier presumably would have to be a Bee Navy of Page ii b. M. Matthews Dies in Hospital after illness services for b Blytheville Busine. At 9 20 a in Loda 4 of dior k tomorrow m Matthew &Quot.Man, who died will be held at afternoon at the Denver. June 23 up there was a French predecessor to a Hollywood made uplift Type brassiere arid As a result the Hollywood Patent is invalid the 10th . Circuit court get appeals ruled yesterday. The decision voided a Patent infringement suit against Tulsa okla., firms for Selling a brassiere known As the Quot quest shone or spin top brassiere judge Alfred p Moriah s opinion concurred in by two other judges noted rid it Start trend a it is not Clear whether this particular brassiere created the stylish trend in accentuated breast contours or whether its Success was merely attributable to a bolder Era Quot but in any event we Are convinced that when the Patent in Stilt is considered against the background of the prior Art. It amounts to no More than the skillful arrangement of elements or features Well known to the crowded the opinion said the Hollywood firm contended it product it inverted the brassiere from a Mere retainer to a garment of fashion Quot Murrah affirmed the lower ruling that a French Patent granted in 1926 in pan contained the same features a the Hollywood Patent the Quot salient and patentable Fea lures were ii Ted As spiral stitching for reinforcement a triangular insert Quot to give the abrupt Rise Quot and an elastic bridging Center piece the court said the brassiere sold in Tulsa was Quot almost identical with the Hollywood product but. That no damage were involved since a the Patent was invalid judge Ham n v g Bratton and John Pickett com j Ai curved mar Cobb funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Roy i Bagley pastor of the first methodist Church or Matthew died at the Walls Hospital this morning after a prolonged illness. He was 74 he was born in Senatobia miss in 1k76 he married the former miss Don Miller of Senatobia july. 1898 or and mrs. Matthew moved to Blytheville Iii 1922 survivors include ins wife one on John e Matthew s of Tunica miss. Two daughters mrs Fred Freeman and i Maisu Erile Matthews both of Blythe i a ride Bitch in and one in soy cons Chicago bean not four and june 23 it i flowing Lions High i of close 3 03� a 2 98 2 9914 2 13 4 2 la 2 11. 2 16 2 13 1, 2 134. 2.174 2 15. 2 15 4 need my y in the t a East for the Security of the United states arum peace in the world the defense Secretary said he id Gen Omar n. Bradley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff ame to the Orient Quot to Sec lire the facts upon Winc h our policy toward Japan should be a eel if we Are met t effectively to protect the Security of the United no statement the two have obtained those facts he continued Lait Quot until tile loot be live determined have been evaluated by Hie secretaries of the armed Force and by the joint chief of tall and our conclusions have been retorted to the Comman Rier in chief. No statement will be issued by tha department of defense Johnson and Bradley took att in their Colin elation for Anchorage Alaska at 9 15 p in. They expect t to reach Anchorage for a Brief i Stopover before continuing to Washington in 11-1 2 hours Johnson walked Arm in Arm with general Macarthur to Hie plane shaking hand with tile oedipal no chief he said Quot you Are doing a Magnifico Lent Job take late of As the plane la ced Down tile dark rim Way Macarthur commented John Ops and Bradley visit Here had been a highly surer soul a delightful trip Iii ins statement handed news a men. Johnson cud lie and Bradley a id obtained the fact they sought from discussions with Macarthur and tie co Romandel of our most important installations in tile Pacific and from our own observe i Lien in tile Wes Tern Pacific John-1 Sun and Bradley visited the Phil j Ipp Mes Japan and Okiw to information it Complete join son s information a. So Complete that an expected second conference with Mac Arthur was not heir during the Secretary five hour Stopover Here. Previously he had i indicated a second Cor ire in c would 1 atonal leaders. He conferred yesterday with prime minister Shigeru to hide and a met other japanese political officials. Taking their Cue from Headquarters japanese leaders were silent on their talk with Dulles there has been Little Concrete a Norma of n available on either the Johnson or Dulles findings. City police holding Man for car theft c r . 23 of 1900 West Cherry Street is being held in the City jail Here today in connection Witt Hie theft of a car at Caruthersville and for investigation to connection with the theft of one Here yesterday Brant Corn was arrested the morning by City officer Fred Hodge and Rin d Gunter on Highway 61 As he entered the City limit at Hie time of his Arre t he a driving a 1947 Model Chevrolet reported stolen in Caruthersville last night according to chief f police John Foster. Branscom admitted teabag the Caruthersville car and also admitted stealing a 1949 Ford belonging to the Blytheville propane Gas company Here yesterday. Chief Foster quoted Branscom a saying that he abandoned the Ford in Candi Erville mrs url officers however have not located the car. Another Gas line to come to state service chinese born . Educated held if time permitted j t Ittie Rock june 23 in Lead Macarthur paid Brief and to j companies m two Days hav Lay pipeline for natural Gas through a l title Rock ,. Ii iwo companies Iii Twu a nil a Farewell All. Pwn Tell. No d the Ort Johnson and Bradley in their apartments at the american Erneas Hlll Lun Washington june 23. Per semite investigator derided to question career Diplomat John s. Service publicly today about Fri testimony purportedly hot Minig that he passed secret military data to a defendant in Hie 1h45 Amenta Case. The Senate foreign relation subcommittee looking into the Case reversed an earlier arrangement to quiz service a state department far Eastern official behind closed door. By Oliver Vav of Wolf Washington june 23 John 8 service Hie most controversial figure today in the senae investigation of the 1945 Amnein in Case a born in a Remote Lect Ion of Western China nearly 41 years ago. He owes or fire Arnee in tile headline among other things to a decision some years ago to forego a career teaching he history of Art. He became a Blate department foreign service officer int Lead service is a tall wiry Youthful looking Man with Sharp deeply tanned feature he wan born a cd ust 3. 1909 in Chang to Clima. Where his lathe was a Myca Secretary. Means course school lean i Mother tutored him b of a correspondence until time to enter High then he went to an Ana boarding school at Shanghai a years furlough for his father gave service an Opportunity to graduate from a Berkeley Calif High school at the age of 15 he then returned to Clima for a year and a half before again setting out for tile United states via India the Middle East and Europe . College he entered Oberlin College in Ohio m 1927 and was graduated with a major in economics in the Bee serv Al on Page 14 j rid. Completed Fie Security phase Ai a double investigation of american policies for the far East and Japan John Foster Dulles pursuing the political and economic Side is scheduled to hold a second Kansas. At Houston Tex. Yesterday the Valley Gas pipeline co. Said it would asked ederal Power commission authorization Tor a $144 500,-000 line from Texas and Louisiana to Southern Michigan and Indiana. Route conference with Macarthur around up mtg a described noon tomorrow. Dulles is the Fie i included Al Dorado Ana Jonesboro publican adv Sal to the u 8 state department on Japan another concern the Texas ill i his meeting a arranged after hoi natural Gas pipeline company Dulles had revised ins own ache Salt wednesday it would Lay a 30-Dule and had requested the ses-1 Inch line Between the two states. Mon. This could mean that Dulles j the route of the proposed line had encountered new aspects of the 1 roughly parallels the Missouri a japanese peace treaty question on i Cilc Railroad from Southwest to Winch he wanted Macarthur Opin Northeast through Arkansas. Cost Ion of the line was estimated at $117, the Republican adviser talked 000,000

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