The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1951 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 17, 1961 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Arkansas News Briefs— McMath Takes Another Shot At '51 Legislature Foes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TAYLOR—Governor McMath has taken another pot shot at his i opponents In the 1951 Arkansas Legislature. f In a speech at a celebration here yesterday, the governor again blasted the legislature for Its (allure to adopt his education program. And he repeated his intention to divide highway funds equally between primary and secondary roads. McMath said that by the end of this year, his administration will have paved some 2,200 miles of road tn the state. The celebration hailed the official opening of' a newly-paved section of Highway 132, which connects Taylor, a south Arkansas lumber town, with surrounding trade areas. A free barbecue and western music also were featured. Farmer Killed When Team Runs Away A Hempstead County fanner was killed Thursday, bringing Arkansas' violent death toll for this week-to five. J. M. Powell, 15, was killed when a team of mules ran away with a hay rake he was operating on his farm near Guernsey. The team was frightened by a tractor. The mules ran about 150 yards and crashed into a tree, relatives said . School Illegally Hired Carpenter Charged ' LITTLE ROCK—A labor union has filed suit against the Little Rock school board, charging the board with illegally hiring a carpenter. The suit, filed yesterday by the central trades and labor council, seeks to enjoin the board Irom continuing "the unlawful employment" of'William Bohle. It charges that Bohle is the brother-in-law of Dr. Edwin Barren, a member of the board. Bo'hle is paid by directors from district funds, which is contrary a to a 1947 statute in that no written petition for employment was filed • with board members, the suit says. Fifty per cent of the qualified electors must sign a petition approving the employment by the board of a relative of a member, said ' Wade McKnight, secretary of the labor organization. Ho said this was not done in Bohle'6 case. f \ The trades council, working through a union of school maintenance men, has been attempting to get union recognition for maintenance men In Little- Rock schools. J.S, to Revise Defense Plans 'Drastically/ Chief States WASHINGTON, Aug. IT. t/Pi — Civil Defense Chief Millard Caldwell says new information on Rus- ilan capabilities will force a drastic jpward revision in this country's civil defense needs. Caldwell told the House Appropriations Committee that since his MOSES roWER 1'I.ANT TO BE DEDICATED—Shown is an aerial view of the $15,000,000 Hamtlto Mosestkilowatt factory of Arkansas Power and Light Company at Forrest City, which will be dedicated the East Arkansas Industrial Expansion Exposition on Aug. 30. This plant, capable of producing UO.OOO kilowatts per hour, will be the largest steam-electric generating station In Arkansas and Is designed so It can be doubled in output. Using 30 million cubic feet of- natural gas daily, it makes economic the construction of a huge gas pipeline that will serve all of Eastern Arkansas, The plant was named for AP ami L President/C. H. Moses. Motion for Co-Op Rehearing Filed LITTLE ROCK—A motion for a rehearing on "the application of a Northwest Arkansas co-operative to build a big steam generating plane «nd string transmission facilities has been filed with the Arkansas Public Service-Commission. Attorneys for four private utilities which oppose the project filed the motion yesterday. The action is a formality" prior to appealing the PSC decision approving the co-op's application to the courts. . The co-op—Arkansas Electric Co-Operative Corp.—plans to build the plant at Ozark, and to string 554 miles of transmission lines. Construction would b« financed by a $10,500,000 Joan from the rural electrification administration. America Has Plan to Thwart Any Filibuster by Russians Auto Dealer* to Meet Top Brass Sunday HOT SPRINGS—Officials of automobile dealers Associations from Arkansas and several adjoining states will meet with the top brass of the « National Automobile Dealers Association here Sunday and Monday. ti. D. McKay of Washington, president of the national organization, will speak." > Roland Hughes of Jonesboro, president of the state association, •will preside at a-meeting of directors of the Arkansas group Sunday '• \ morning. , . . • '.., ' ( • • i • _• - • • • -»> • • - • - - • a. Conway Instructor to Receive Ph..D NASHVILLE-Bcn Autrey Lewis of Conway, Ark..*was .to receive i Ph. D degree from Peabody College today. Lewis is head of the Department of Education of Arkansas State Teachers College. WASHINGTON. Aug. 17. <{Pt — American officials have worked out a plan aimed at thwarting an expected Russian giropagnndr. filibuster at next month's Japanese peace conference at San Francisco. With this as a guide. Secretary of State Acheron hopes to cut short the flurry of anti-American speeches the big Russian delegation is reported ready to unleash. The "stop-Russia" plan, informed officials said, Is the product of nearly four months of careful advance planning by top State Department officials led by Ambassador John Poster Dulles. Acheson instructed Dulles last April, it was learned, to work out what America's strategy should be in the event Russia, despite its denunciations of the draft treaty, decided to attend the Sept. 4 conference. Assistant Secretary uean Rusk, who is in charge of Far Eastern affairs, and Ambassadcr-at-Large Philip Jessup are reported to have helped in working out the scheme Details of the plan are not being bandied about, presumably to prevent their reaching Russian ears. Russia's disclosure yesterday that will send a 32-mcmbcr delegation San Francisco has reinforced beef that Moscow will try to wreck ic conference and prevent signing [ the America-British sponsored •caty. The state Department bluntly old Russia in a formal note yes- erday that it was too late to try ) chabge the ".final" treaty draft, 'he meeting. It said, is "not a con- crencc to reopen negotiations of lie terms of peace." House Ignores Truman Veto Vat Pension Bill . Re passed by Solans WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. (.Fj — The House today passed over Prcsi- dent Truman's veto a bill providing X$120 monthly pensions to certain veterans disabled from causes not connected with their military service. It applies only to veterans whose condition requires that they have the services of an attendant. The present pensions for these veterans range from S60 to $72 monthly. The roll-call vote was 318 for passing the bill again and 45 against. This was 76 more than the two-thirds needed to override veto. Senate action still is required. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 Aug. 17. (*P>—(USDA)—Hogs, 8,000 barrows and gilts mostly 35 to 4 higher than Thursday's average some 170 ibs down as much as 5 . higher; sows steady to mostly 2 higher: bulk choice 180-230 Ib 22.75-23.10; top 23.15 for severa Niovy Recruiters Alter Office Hours In Blythevilfe The naval recruiting sub-station here will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 ).m. Monday through Friday to e care of the large number of •selective service registrants "who have been flocking to the I^avy recruiting station," Chief H. O. Tie- water said this morning. Suspension of a selective service order which previously prohibited persons who had received orders to report for pre-induction physical and mental examination to select the service of their choice is responsible for the recent Influx of volunteers, Chief Tiewnter said. The suspension will expire Aug. 15 unless extended. The recruiting station here is located in City Hall. Texas Heat Wave Lingers at '1G8' DALLAS, Aug. 17. (iP>—Texans sweated and grumbled, crops shriveled and water got scarcer toda] is a vicious heat wave clung ten. iciously to the'stSte's broad are"a: from panhandle to gulf. Twenty-seven persons have dice in 100-degree-plus temperature.* fires have scorched thousands o acres of powder dry timber lands Cattle are being sold because pas ture lands have dried up. There have been walk-outs b cause of the heat as swelterin employes of telephone companic demanded air conditioning. The thermometer pushed as nig as 108 at Texas points yesterday Some cities have counted" loo-pit temperatures for more than thre weeks. West Point Firing Slows as Boards Continue Hearing WEST POINT, S. Y., Aug. 17. Iff) —The processing of the cadets ac- used of cheating at examinations lowed down yesterday as review loards continued to hold hearings. Only one ousted youth left the ililitary Academy. In* the two pre- •lous days.' 44 of the 90 accused cadets had returned to civilian life A public information officer— denying rumors that the slowdown nclicated a new.phase in the scandal—explained that each accusec cadet is given every opportunity produce witnesses. He stressed that no time limit is Imposed the cadets. , . Love-Crazed Suitor Kills Girl Friend, Mother and Himself LAKEWOOD, N. J.. Aug. 11. (iP>' —A love-crazed suitor killed his attractive girl friend and her nged mother last night, fired their house, and then shot himself to death as police flushed him out of a thicket. A third woman was rushed to nearby Paul Kimball Hospital with a .32 caliber bullet lodged in her spine. She was in poor condition today. A fourth was spared by the killer so she could "be a witness," Ocean County Detective George Westervelt identified the dead women as Mrs. Anna Tulpan, about 45, of Hillside, N. J., and her 87-year-old mother, Mrs. Ku- zanna Kaczmasz. Wounded in the wild affray was Mrs. Alexandria Prunkofr of Passaic, N. J.. a visitor at the Kaczmasz home. Their assailant was identified as 45-year-old Pawel Yasrewic?.. a Polish DP believed to be from New York. Guard Camp All Lined Up For 'Brass' CAMP POLK. La., Aug. 17. OVj— Arkansas and Louisiana National Guardsmen will salute military and government officials when the 3911: (Delta) Division holds' Its annua review today. Maj. Gen. Raymond Fleming of N e \v Orleans recently appointed chief of the National Guard Bureau in Washington headed the list of honor guests. Fleming, organizer find retiring commander of the Delta Division, will receivers final salute from the 39th. Gov. Sid McMath of Arkansas will represent his state. He will present the Eisenhower trophy to the 106th Army Band of LHtle Rock, Ark. Gov. Earl Long of Louisiana designated Theo Cangclosl, general counsel of the Louisiana Highway Department, to represent him and Louisiana. Brig. Gen. Joseph Redding of Shreveport, La., acting commanding general of the 39th, will be In the reviewing stand, along with Brig. Gen. Raymond P. Hufft, adjutant general of Louisiana, and Brig. Gen, John B. Morris, adjutant genera] of Arkansas. The Guardsmen will leave foi their home stations next Sunday a£ ter two weeks of training. Blytheville Company "M" is attending the camp. agency's $535,030,000 budget was sent to Congress "we have received vital and new information from the Central Intelligence Agency concerning capabilities." He did not elaborate. But because of this new infcrma- Llon and the improvements In atomic bombs, he said, "we nre confronted with the necessity of re- e valu a It ng up wa rd In a dras t ic fashion the planning assumptions which support this (civil defense) budget." During the committees' hearing on the budget, civil defense of(l- ctaLs estimated they would have to lake care of 120.000 casualties if an enemy alcm bomb fell on Washington. The founder of Detroit, Mich, Antoine de la Molhe Cadillac, .was born June 27, 1G58. "extraordinary heroism In action a 1 Sangnyong, Korea. July 23-26, 1950.' Micro-Waving Improves Signals on TV Sets NEW YORK (AP)—Micro-wav radio links have been found in te' evision network relaying which per mlt the passage of better signals, TV engineers here say. This is attributed to the fact that present coaxial cables limit the width of the signal, tending to cut down on the transmission. In mlcro- wavjng, wider bands are permissible, thereby eliminating such handicaps. 'Wolfhound' Regiment Wins Second Citation SOMEWHERE IN KOREA, Aug. 17. (A') — The famed 27th "Wolfhound" Regiment today was awarded its second distinguished unit citation for extraordinary heroism Kcrea when under command ol Brig. Gen., John (Mike) Michaelis At lhat time he was a licutenanl colonel. Today's citation went to the ''Wolfhounds" and attached units — 8th Field Artillery Battalion Company A of the 79th Tank Battalion, and Company A of the 65th Engineer Combat Battalion — for I REMOVE DANDRUFF • Contain Alcohol • Relieves Itchy Sculp • Money-Back Guaranlca loads; 240-270 Ibs 22.00-22.60: few ters 11.00-23.00. to 22.75; 210-300 Ibs 21.50-22.00; 150-110 Ibs 21.25-22.25; 120-140 Ibs 18.25-20.50; 100-110 Ibs 16.25-11.15: sows 400 Ibs down.19.7a-20.50; heavier SOWE 17.50-19.50; stags 13.0015.50; boars 10.50-13.50. Cattle, 800; calves, 800; odd Jots good and choice steers and heifers 33.00-35.00: utility and commercial 27.00-31.00: utility and commercial cows 23.00-28.00; canners and cnt- SUNDAY & MONDAY Have You a Musical Child? Give them the advantage of study with trainer! specialists in Piano-Organ-Voice Fall Registration Begins Week of Aug. 27 FOWLSTON SCHOOL OF MUSIC Members of: National Guild of I'iano Teachers and the National Association of Teachers of Singing. TEACHERS ACCREDITED BY ARKANSAS DEPT. OF EDUCATION. 015 Chickasawbd Phone 2049 This delicious dish from Dixie gives the former "South Pacific 1 * star a gay answer . . . and it's strictly fun and love ^ongs from there on inl M-G-M's hilarious comedy with soagj... EZIOPINZA JANET LEIGH MILLARD MITCHELL-GALE R08BIHS u< M-C-M f icnjut DANCE TONIGHT! Ted Fisher and His Orchestra Dancing from 9 till 1.50 Per Couple 1! FLY INN (Biytheville Air Base) RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday 'SONORA STAGECOACH' Hoot Gibson Also Cartoon & Serial Playgrounds for the Kiddies Free Kiddie Car Rides Kids Under 12 FREE with Parents Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Pining 4732 No Mosquitoes—No Hugs I/a.st Times Tonite Sal. Owl Show GIVE US WINGS' Dead End Kids Sun.-Mon.-Tiies. 'APPOINTMENT WITH DANGER" Alan I,add Phyllis Calvcrt Warner News & Shorts Saturday NITE-, COTTON BOLL on North Hiway Gl ENDS TONIGHT Steve Cochran Virginia Grey In 'HIGHWAY 301 L YOUR CAR AND rtt OCCUPANTS WILL KAOMniES FOB. _ OfoiE- BUCK! (A Ntua TO V-AU....) A REAL BARGAIN!:. A GREAT SAVIHCS!! Double Feature II Kirby Drug Store SATURDAY ONLY Family Night $1.00 per Car Load Plus Comedy ami Cartoon Kiddies FREE r AJUNMRSAL-limfWMIONAl PICTURE c;, "TRAlL OF THE YUKON" Kirby Grant Susiinne Dalbeft —Also— Popcyc Cartoon & Panda Cartoon Radar Patrol Serial Guest Movie Ticket Nights Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekdays 7:M Sat.-Sun. 1:00 A'ir Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Conimunily Center" MANILA, ARK. Mulinces Sal. & Sun. Ph. 5S Friday "COMMANCHE TERRITORY" Maureen O'Hara MacDonalcl Carey Saturday 'RODEO KING & SENORITA" Hex Allen Sat. Owl Show "THE APE" Bcla I.UROsi Sunday & Monday 'UP FRONT' David Wayne « Marina Herfi Last Times Tonite Double Feature Also _Cartoon Undersea Kingdom Serial

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