The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1951 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 30, 1951
Page 9
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1951 BLYTHEVn.T.B. (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NTN1 East Arkansas Observes Its Industrial Growth FORREST CITY, Ark, Aug. 30. Wj—Eastern Arkansas paraded Its industrial growth today In Its first industrial expansion exposition. The festivities, featuring the dedication of the huge new Hamilton j.Moses steam-electric station near Co-Op Directors Assail Moses Arkansas Power Head Owes Apology, Officials Soy of Report OZARK, Ark., Aug. 30. W/—Directors of the Arkansas Electric , Co-Operative Corporation feel that C. Hamilton Moses owes them an apology. : In a resolution adopted here yesterday, directors of the Co-Op as- Railed Moses, presldent'of the Arkansas Power and Light Co., for "unpunging the honesty and attacking the motives" of the AECC directors. The directors objected to a paragraph In a written report which they said Moses made to stockholders o( A.P.&L. They charged that the executvie said: "A Jew bureaucratic planners with a few individuals who stand to make * personal profit have .worked out » scheme to attain by indirection an objective that Con- gres» flatly refused to authorize. They caused the three rural co-ops to get together and form a super or master co-op.*' The resolution said the directors took action only because they felt that silence on their part' might "lend credence to thes* unfounded charges." Mos«s refused to comment on the resolution. The dispute U an outgrowth of AECC J » plans to construct « huge •team generating plant at Ozark •nd string 544 miles of transmission lines in northwest Arkansas, here, was to get underway at 1 p- with a concert by the Millington (Tenn.) Navy band. Governor McMath was to dedi^ cate the Arkansas Power and Light Company's J15.000.0M facility at 2 p.m. Ben H. Woolen, president of the First National Bank of Dallas, and a former Arkansan, was to speak. j Also on the program was a beauty r contest, with girls from 34 cities and tosvns co-sponsoring the expo- • sition, competing for the title of Queen Kilowatt. The new power plant was opened i for public Inspection along with Industrial exhibits from East Arkansas cities. Frank R. Ahlgren, editor of the Memphis Commercial Appeal, is to j speak at & dinner honoring Moses, i president of A. P. and L.. at the Community House tonight. A diti-' ncr for women guests will be held at the Forrest Ctty CouAtry Club. W. W. Campbell. Forrest City banker. Is general chairman of the exposition. Negro Admits Murder Guilt McGEHKE. Art., Aug. SO. (JF>— A Negro pleaded guilty to a charge of second degree murder in De-sha Circuit Court here yesterday and was sentenced to 21 years in prison, Charley Payne was charged with the fatal shooting of Opal Eubanks, Dumas white man, on Dec. J>5. 1948, Payne was captured in "Memphis last March. -. Two Women Slugged by Negro Burglar LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 30. fAP)~- Two women were reported slugged by a Negro burglar in their home on Little Rock's west side last night. Detective Sgt. Lowell RipR* of the Little Rock Police Department said the attack occurred about 9:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. J. M. Boyce, fifl. Her daughter, Mrs. Velma Weld- lein. 54, also was attacked. Biggs said the victims gave this account of the Incident: Mrs. Weldleln wan in her bedroom when she heard her mother call out. She ran to her mother's room, where ahe wa* confronted by a Negro who itruck her on the head, knocking her to the floor. She Raid the prowler tried to rape her, but apparently became frightened and fled. •Both of the women "were taken to a hospital, where attendant* said Mrs. Boyce's condition wa« serloua. They said sh« suffered a concussion. Mrs. Weidleln suffered a severe cut on the scalp, they said. xLou/siemo Observes )ay for Haey P. Long BATON ROUOE, Ijl., Aug. 30. <JP>— Louisiana observed the birthday anniversary today of the lat* Huey P. Long—governor and D. S. senator. Long was shot to death in the ifate cipttol here Sept. S, 193S, and his assassin WM llain by Long's body guards. Some 1,700 employe* In tfe« S4- »tory state capitol—» tourist mecca that 'Huey Long built—and in the capitol annex began t holiday today ' extending through Monday, Labor D«T. Brookland Man Drowns in Ditch By The Awtocllted Frees Arkansas' second violent d««th this week was reported near Car* way Wednesday. -. Albert. Lsrman, SO - year - olt Brookland. Ark., farmer, drowned after he stepped Into a deep hole while fishing In the Buffalo drainage ditch.. The other known fatality thl week was caused, by » farm »ccl dent In Faulkner County Monday. [Itxabfth G«t« Beaver Or? 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