The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1951 · Page 5
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MONTIAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1951 BT,YTHKV1U,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FITS Arkansas News $riefs— Fifteen Die Violently in State During Week; Woman Killed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fifteen persons died violently in Arkansas last week. A pedestrian. Fay Inez Mines, 33, of Waldron, was Hilled when hit by an automobile south of Fort Smith on Highway 71 Sunday. Traffic -mishaps and drowninsg accounted for five violent deaths each during the week. There also were two homicides, a suicide and a fatal fall. Plans tor College Merger to Be Discussed LITTLE ROCK—Plans for merger of the College of the Ozarks and Arkansas College were to be furthered at a meeting of a Joint Presbyterian committee here today. The committee Is composed of seven members of the Presbyterian Synod of Arkansas <U. S.t which conlrdls Arkansas College at Batesville, and the Arkansas Presbytery of the synod of Oklahoma HI. s. A.), which controls OMrkx at Clarlcsville. Cotton Pickers Inspected in Boll Worm Check LITTLE ROCK—Cotton pickers entering Arkansas from Texas and South Louisiana are being inspected at the border In an effort to keep the pink boll worm out of the state. Paul H. Millar, chief inspector of the Arkansas State Plant Board said board inspectors are examining all trucks, pick sack5 and clothing for cotton locks, bolls, seeds and trash. Millar said pink boll worms which are carried inside of cotton seeds were not yet known in Arkansas. He advised planters using pickers from Texas and south Louisiana to check them thoroughly. Fort Smith Woman Named Head of Clubs HOT SPRINGS—Miss Edna Short of Fort smith yesterday wae elected president of the Credit Women's Breakfast Clubs of Arkansas. She succeeds iMiss Hazel Kelly of Fayetteville. NoMoneyDown Offers Squelched New Rules to Halt Trade-In Violations In Appliance SaUs WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. <3>) — New rules aimed at halting wha •he Federal Reserve Board termed a growing tendency to make phone •no money down" offers on house hoM appliances were Issued Isus night. The board Issued new regulation for Judging trade-in deals on tele vision sets, refrigerators and othe appliances under consumer cr«d controls. Violations may be pun ished by fines up to 15.000 and Ja sentences up to a year. The board -said the new rules do lot prevent any dealer from giving 'any trade-in allowances, rebates or discounts that he desires" so long as they are "not used &s a cloak to conceal evasions of the down payment requirements." Federal reserve officials said a racket has grown up of offering ridiculously high trade-In allowances and of rigging prices so that while the trade-In is allowed as a down- payment, the installment buyer pays as much ft-s he would for a purchase with no trade-in. Short Circuit Causes Plane to Fire Bullets Into California Homes I.ONO BEACH, Calif., Sept. 10. (AP>—Set off by a short circuit, 1,51« round! of .50 calibev machine gun bullets were sprayed inlo an exclusive north Long Beach residential area yesterday by an anchored Air Force fighter plane. Twenty five homes were struck by the bullets. There were no casualties. Sam McGill, owner of one of the damaged homes, said he counted 18 slugs In his house. "I thought the Russians were here/' he exclaimed a water heater tank. Country Club Hit The Virginia Country Club's nth fairway was in Ihe direct line of fire and scores of bullets dug destructive divots. Had the builds been discharged Inter in the day there might have been several casualties on the 17lh fairway atone. The Air Force Issued a warning to souvenir hunters and parents of children who may have picked up bullets. "All the bullets that did not explode when they landed will ex- The armor- piercing incendiary | P'°? e violently if heated or pound- .ultats were fired from a F-51 Mas- *• «« wjrnIng sleled Ihe b, bi tang fighter plane of the IBSth *Or. John Dav/s to Leave U, of A. LITTLE ROCK—Dr. John E. Da vis has resigned as professor of physiology and pharmacology at the University of Arkansas school of medicine to accept a position at the University of Texas. Dr. Davis, who had held the Arkansas post for nearly 10 years, said he is getting Va significant increase In salary in Texas. Little Rock Slots Confiscated LITTLE ROCK—Eight slot machines were confiscated by city police in raids oti the clubrooms of two fraternal organizations here ^Saturday. Five slots were seized at the Elks Club. A. 3. Alexander, secretary of the club, was arreste'd. The other three machines were taken from the Disabled American Veterans' Club. J, E, NLerstheimer, a Janitor, was arrested. Both men were charged with possessing gaming devices, Korean Vet Says Red Tape Leaves Family Destitute LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 10. —San Francisco area military an< naval hospitals were searching to day for records in the cate of an armless Korea veteran who claim. he U destitute because of Red Cross and government red tape. Michael J. Ropczycki claims he was shunted around in bay area military hospitals and that his application for a disability pension, filed with the Red Cross, was never sent through. Beth Red Cross and military off Lev la Is deny Ropczyck i, who lost roth arms in a mortar shell blnat, ot the runaround. The 20-year-old ex-private first lass sought out newsmen Saturday and said he and his wife, PaUy, 19, can't pay their rent and are faced with eviction. He said they expect a child, bills are piling up, and he has had to borrow money. He has also lost his temporary Job. Fighter Squadron, a unit on constant emergency alert. The plane was at Its base at the Long Beach Municipal Airport. It was undergoing a routine check. Many Homes Missed The trajectory of the bullets carried them over thousands of homes between the airport and the Virginia Country Club. In this area, which s on ground considerably higher hart the airport, the bullets came lurtMng Into honu's, garages nnd automobiles. They sheared off branches of some trees and frightened scores of persons from their beds at 5:45 a.m. One bullet whizzed through the nursery in the Ralph Kcmmcrer home but missed the two Kemmerpr children, Phil, two, and Dawn, four. Mrs. K em merer said one slug showered plaster on her becl. Another blasted through the kitchen door. penetrating the steel Jacket around icis are designed to explode as thej pierce armor, but few of the slugs hit anything hard enough to ex plode when they landed. lh« principal and interest of outstanding bond issues, a con- • tilling bunding (und mlllage tax of one mill, to be voted for the purpose of paying the principal and interest of a proposed bond Issue of $15,800, to be Issued to erect and equip new school buildings nnd to repair and Improve present school buildings. Said bond Issue will run for approximately 19 years. In addition to the mHlnge above recited, the issue will be secured by n pledge of the surplus derived each year from a buHding fund tax of 15 mills voted for the District's bond Issues now outstanding, nnd which, If the proposed millage is approved, will be continued until the payment of all trie principal and Interest, of the proposed new bond issue. Any surplus revenue from the building fund millage, alter Die payment" of principal and In- REMOVE DANDRUFF wrest of the bondi maturing that year and providing for the next six months' Interest on all outstanding bonds, may be used by the District for any other srliool purpose. The polls will opeti at 8:00 o'clock a.m. and will close at 0:30 o'clock p.m on September 25. 1951, nt Ihe following polling places in the District, lo-wlt: City Hall—Manila, Arkansas GIVEN thin 31st day of August, 1951. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. MANILA SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS By C. W. Tipton, President- And O. B. Chlldress, Secretary 6'3-10-H India Set for Jap Peace TOKYO, Monday, Sept. 10. MV- The Indian mission announced to* day India Is ready to end iti slat, of war with Japan "simultaneously with the coming Into force of th« treaty signed at San Francisco." Well Balloted lii 1846, 16 balloti were neofti- sary to make Montgomery the capital of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, which led the first ballot, was unable to muster a majority. NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION IN MANILA SCHOOL .DISTRICT NO, 15 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Notice is hereby given that 111 annual school election in the abov named District will be held on Sep tember 25, 1951, for the follosvm purposes: The election of a member of Die County Board of Education for a term of 5 years. The election of one director for a term of 5 years. To submit the question of voting a total school tax of 50 mills, as set out in the District's budget, which shall include, in addition to tile millage for the operation and maintenance of the schools and for the payment of Mi • Contain Alcohol • Rtke\t* Itchy S fit lp Kirby Drug Store ATTENTION LANDOWNERS If you ore interested in telling or trading your farm you should contact the A. T. Earls Real Estate & Loan Co. "There Is no substitute for experience" A. T. Earls Bakerville, Mo. Lewis W. Slons Lilhourn, Mo. Novel W. Duncan Kennett, Mo. 'Keep Arkansas Green' Plans Meet LITTLE ROCK—The Keep Arkansas Green Association will hold Its sixth annual meeting at Mount Magazine Lodge, near Booneville, Ark.,: Get. ,5-8. University Seeks Successor to Jones I LITTLE ROCK—The University of Arkansas' boarrt of trustee* \vitl meet here Wednesday to begin the tfcsk of finding a successor for Dr. Lewis Webster Jones as president of the Institution. Dr. Jones announced his resignation Friday to become president of Rutgers University of New Jersey. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka- ftawbft District, MlMlMlppl County, Arkanu*. Alma Jarne., Ptf. vs. No. 11,192 Thomai Jefferson James. Dft. The defendant Thomas Jefferson James is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of th« plaintiff Alma James. Dated this 18 day of August. 1851 Harvej Morris, Clerk Ruth Magee, D. C. O. F. Cooper, atty for ptf. Oene E. 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