The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 22, 1951
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)'COURIER NEWS PACK TRREB Arkansas News Briefs— ' 'Family Farm Policy Review' Sells Brannan Plan-Hardin B» THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ROCK—The "Family Farm Policy Review" te a aubtie move o( the Department of Agriculture to sell the Brannan plan to America's farmers, says Joe c. Hardin of Orady. Harrltn, president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation, said In his weekly news letter to bureau members that the review is a back door approach to federalizaUon of agriculture. •^jb The review is a report and tentative recommendations of the department's family farm policy review subcommittee. The policy contemplates a comprehensive review of the department's activities. It will be presented, to farmers in a series of county meetings. A report on reaction to the program will be tilled with the department by Oct. 15, Hartiin said the review Ls an attempt by the department and Secretary Brannan to "engage in policy making rather than confining (its) activities to Its proper role of administering the laws which Congress enacts." • ' - Florida Town Doubly Unhappy at Princess' Reply to Invitation • LAKELAND. Fla., Aug. 22. OP) — Lakeland Ls doubly unhappy over Princess Elizabeth's reply to its Invitation to visit here. Not'only did the Princess regret she couldn't come, her letter was addressed to "city clerk and comptroller of the city of Lakeland, Florida, California, U.S.A." Commissioner's Ad Copy Request to Remain LITTLE ROCK—Arkansas bank commissioner Ed I. McKinley says he doesn't plan to withdraw a request that small loan companies subrrtit copies of radio advertising to his office. McKinley yesterday explained the regulation asking the firms to submit .their copy. The regulation earlier this month was assailed by the Arkansas Radio Broadcasters Association as an invasion of the "rights of free enterprise and free speech." Four Persons Lost Lives in Arkansas Mishaps Yesterday By The Awooiited Prut Four persons lost Ihelr lives Ini mishaps, in Arkansas Tuesday, bringing to five the total of violent deaths this week. Ardis B Huddleston, 40-year-old Little Rock accountant and tax consultant, drowned when his fishing boat capsized in a rain and wind squall on Lake Comvay. Huddleston's son, Bruce, 11, was rescued by the operators of a fishing deck on the Faulkner County Lake 12 miles southeast of Conway. The boy was found by Mr. and Mrs. B. H. George In * partly submerged tree. They said ho had been in th« wat«r and In the tree for about two hours, when they found Woman Driving Toward BlyfheviHe Dies in Wreck after Questioning TMBODEN. Ark., Aug. 22. automobile mishap yesterday look the life of a woman who had been questioned earlier about a million dollar robbery. Mrs, Ida Pearl Counts, Zl, of Batesvile to Get New Broiler Plant Higher Teacher Standards Sought tor State ARKADELPHIA—A move to established higher teacher standards in 'Arkansas is (saining support at the Arkansas Education Association work conference here. . A recommendation (hat by July 1, 1956, new teachers in Arkansas be required to hold four-year college degrees was to be voted on by the group today. ^ i.About. TOO educators are attending the three-day meeting here. It ^^nds today." ' The teachers education and professional standards coirunHtee.,a)50 Is expected to suggest that the AEA oppose any lowering of teacher standards despite the shortage of teachers in the state. e roc mountain processing ipany, which will handle about 00 birds daily, will start opera' second major broiler process- plant to go irjto operation this r. Poultry Processing. Inc., open- Little Keck School Board Asks Suit Dismissal LITTLE ROCK—The Little Rock school board has asked Pulaskl Chancery Court to dismiss a suit against it by a labor union. The board yesterday said William Bohle, a carpenter for the school district, no longer is employed by the board. The suit, filed by a union of school maintenance men, charged that employment of Bohle, a relative of board member Dr. Edwin Ban-on, was contrary to a 1947 act. It asked that the boarcl b« re•trained from paying Bohte's salary . Carawmy Doctor Dies in Little Rack Hospital LITTLE ROCK-Dr. T. C. Chandler. • general practitionw at Caraway, Ark., for 32 years, died In a hospital here yesterday. He was 70. Survivors Include his widow, two sorts, two daughters, a sister and a brother. Arkmnstm Pleads Guilty to Bank Robbery EAST ST. LOUIS, ,111.,^-A young Arkansao has pleaded guilty to the $8,945. robbery of an Illinois bank.lai Feb. 6. ' ;sfc^4i. . ; ; Ollie Gene Embry, 32, a native of ijarrisburg .(Poinsett' County), -Jf'Ark., appeared yesterday before Federal Judge Fred L. Wham here. ^» Judge Wham withheld "sentence until next Tuesday to give Emory time to present evidence of his "recent good character." Osceola Rotary Club Names Committees for Ensuing Year Club service committees and community service leaders for the' ensuing year were named at the • weekly meeting of the Osceola Rotary Club, when Harold Harris of Wynne spoke, to the group on the aim* of Botary. The following committee* were named: Alms and Otojecte. Bruc« Ivy, Dick Prewitt, Herbert Hobbs. Arthur Rogers, Elliott Sart'aln, Ralph Woodruff and Coleman Crews; Attendance, Steve Bowker, Elliott Sarlain. Herbert Hobbs. Joe Hughes, Nathan Weinberg; Program, Bob Morrow, Carroll Watson, J. C. Buchanan; Fellowship, Faber dyhlte. W .W. Prewitt, Steve Ralph. Classification, Bruce Colbert, C. M. Harwell, Boyd White. Magazine, Lloyd Godley, L.C.B. Young, Vance Cartwright; Finance and Audit, Fred Smith, Joe Rhodes, D. H. Blackwood; Public Information, Sam Hodges, Dane Fergus. George Cone; Rotary Information, O. B. Scgraves, Godfrey White, "Ray Beck. Vocational Service. Ben. F. Butler, D. N. Morris, Joe' Martin. Byron Moore, Ted Woods; International Contacts, Frank Sanders, Emmitt Dunn, Leo Schrelck; Rotary Foundation Fclowship, R. C. Bryan, J. S. McCants. Ralph Woodruff. Community service leaders include: Crippled Adull.s Hospital, D. S. Laney, W. J. Sheddan. Tal Tongate; Rural-Urban. Colemnn Crews, Delton Maloch,"Charles Robinson. Alf Pigg. Hugh Allen; Student Loan, C. B. Wood. William Ellas C. E. Dean; Traffic Safety and Phillips, D. 3. Crane; Youth Ac- City Community Improvement Mfohn Cowan, Jcfs Glascoe, Hack NFi/vUtej, Aubrey Scott, Herbert Polio Hits Family Twice in 4 Weeks PINE BLUFF, Ark., Aug. 22. (JPi— Polio has hit the Hike family wice in four weeks. On July 26, Mrs. Thomas Rike. 'r., 28. of Dallas, Tex., was stricken while visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clark of pine Bluff. Last Saturday, Polio struck Mrs. Rike's three-year-old son Thomas. Mrs. Hike has been taken to a Dallas hospital where her condi- ion is reported as improved. Her on also Is improving. He is hospitalized here. Walden, Okla., was killed when the car in which she was riding skidded on loose grave! and overturned tsvo miles northwest of here. Two other persons In the car. Raymond Gates, 25, and Miss Phyllis Kleier, 18, were injured. They were treated in a hospital in Pocahontas and then taken to Jail in Walnut Ridge. They were to be questioned further in the robbery cf Brinks, Inc., In Boston Jan. 17, 1950. Miss Kleier was arrested In Har dy, Ark., Monday night on suspicion when questioned she said that she and Mrs. Counts had been traveling with two men who said thc> drove the get-away cars in the unsolved robbery. Sheriff G. R. Goodwin said the young woman told him the men said their names were Hyde and Laval. He said Miss Kleier said they left she and Mrs. Counts in Missouri last Friday. Gates Joined (hem later, the woman told the sheriff. Gates and Mrs. Counts were picked up later in Mammoth Spring. Ark All three were released yesterday morning and were driving toward Blytheville, Ark., when the accident occurred, him. He suffered no 111 *(tecU. Kuddlesion was the ion of Bruc* Huddleston, Pulaskl County tax assessor. A farm youth wu killed in a hay field near BlutfVm, Ark., when he wu hit by lightning. Ht was Ros- oo* Armstrong, 14, Jack Alltman, seven, wu Injured by the bolt. Six-year-old Gary oarl Wright wai Injured fatally near Pangburn when he was run over by a tractor. Th« bo; wu riding on th« traetaf, driven by hi* fathtr, Adra C. Wright, when he Tell under Ux wheels at It crossed a ditch. Near Imboden, an Oklahoma woman, Mrs. Ida Pearl Count*, 77, wu killed when the car in which ah* wu riding overturned. Pay Hikes Granted JonesboroWorkers JONESBORO, Ark., Aug. 22. f/P)— •he Jonesboro City Council has granted 65 municipal employes oost-of-llving pay increases, averaging $9.48 monthly. The raises are retroactive to July I. Little Rock Couple's Daughter Is Family's First in 52 Years LITLE ROCK. Ark., Aug. 22. W}~ An eight pound, five ounce daughter was born here to Mr. and Mrs. Julian Smith—the first girl born into the Smith family in 52 years. • Mrs. J. O. Smith,, grandmother of the baby, Jullann, said the last girl born into the family was Mrs. Claud Edwards of Benton, Ark. Mrs. Edwards is a first cousin to the baby's father, an employe of an electrical firm here. er of Fort Smith, died in a hospital here yesterday. ' Cole moved to Port Smith from Alma 28 years ago. :' Survivors include his widow and a daughter. Lions Club Sees Film On Jet Airplanes A film on Jet-propelled aircraft was seen by members of Blytheville's Lions Club at their regular meeting yesterday. Charles R. Moore showed the film. Guests at the meeting included Sgt. Harry C. Parr, Lt. Russell Fair, Murray Blurton, Jonesbcro, and William Kiesel, Jennings, Fla. tnith. Wirt Steed, E. L. Taliaferro nd Bd Tea ford. ort Smith Food Broker )ie$ in Hospital FORT SMITH, Ark., Aug. 22. W| —T. O. Cole, 65-year-old food brok- v* Quality READY MIX CONCRETE PHONE 2380 Blocks—Culverts JOHNSON BLOCK CO. Blytrterllte NOTICE TO PUBLIC 1 have soW my greenhouses and Flower Shop to Mr. and Mrs. McAdams, All outstanding accounts of Heaton's Home of Flowers are to be paid to Mrs. Heaton at her residence, 209 E. Kentucky Ave., or at the rear of her home Just back of the greenhouses. Tne^books are there and yon will be given receipts. I am anxloni to close the books and wlH .appreciate an early settlement. * IK. 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