The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1951 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Another Arkansas Man Denounces Governor's Purchase Law Action LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 12. (/P) — ated In an attempt to get the law, icther Arkansas citizen today denounced the tactics employed by Governor McMath's administration in checking petitions attempting to block the 1951 State Purchasing Law. Qeorge Wlmbefly. 31 - year - old Little Rock pharmacist, told the Arkansas Democrat- he retused to answer questions asked him by two men who allegedly represented the state comptroller's office. The petitions have been circu- College People Active in Government Interest Kept to Old Age, Psychologist Says ST. LOUIS, Sept. 12. (A> } — College- breci old people maintain an interest ir\ politics long after age has curtaifed certain other activities, a Syracuse University said today. psychologist Dr. Raymond G. Kuhlen said, that hen such folks reach the early 'Hies they attain their peak of participation in local community activities—and thereafter taper off. But he said their "political activities"—such as voting, reading, discussing politics and "sending telegrams" — tend to increase until about age 50 "and are maintained until very old age before any decline is apparent." The psychologist made the report to the Second InternationalGeron- tological Congress. He told of studies conducted among college graduates and said the findings would not necessarily hold for old people in general. In an Address to the congress, Dr. Frank Fremont-Smith of New York proposed th at the res earch- ers explore the possibilities of "progressive retirement" for elderly workers in business and industry "instead of the abrupt, full and j compulsory retirement plan now utilized by employers and labor unions." Act 242 of 1951, referred to a vole of the people at the 1952 November general election. Wiinberly said the two men, who Hashed credentials of the State Purchasing Office and notary public cards, toU him they wanted to ask some questions about two petitions he had circulated. He added that the questioning took place in his place of business. "They pulled out about threi sheets of mimeographed questions I told them I wasn't going to an swe r a single question bee a us e didn't think, they had any author ity to use the state's money, tim and automobiles going around ques Honing signatures of people wh have signed these petitions. Two Petitions Circulated "I circulated two petitions, get ting 50 names on one and 40 o: the other. "I got 60 names right in th Worthen Bank and Trust Co. Ev ei-yone ot those people signed th petition in my presence and I' vouch for them any time." Wimberly said he agreed to cir culate the petitions because "I die n't like the methods they used get the law passed In the firs place. AJid I rfon't like the methods they're using now." Purchasing Agent Carl Parke one of the sponsors of the law, sa It would modernize puxchasin methods for the state. Opponents of the measure, 1' by Little Flock Publisher John Veils, contend the law will permit purchase of items by the state without bids. Wells publishes a weekly STOCK SHOT FOR THE FAMILY ALBUM-Little Billy Fitzgerald has gone and got his head in it, much to the amusement of Bister Gene Marie. The site is the 18th Century pillory at the old Colonial jail in historic Williamsburg, Va. The pillory is a favorite prop for vacation photographers. Holding Billy up tor the thrill is his mother, Mrs. W. E. Fitzgerald of Roanoke, Va. Dutch Discover Primitive Tribe |ji DARWIN (&) — A completely * Vailed - in village inhabited b; primitive tribesmen, who had never aeen a white man before, has been discovered by a Dutch patrol deep In the Dutch New Guinea jungle. The story of the discovery was told by the Chief Justice of Dutch New Guinea, Dr. Bernard Damen, who visited Darwin recently. Dr. Damen said the village had been built Into ft fortress against hostile tribesmen, and the patrolmen Vmd to crawl singly through a small hole in the wall. ; The astonished tribesmen advanced on them in a threatening manner with spears and bows and arrows. Patrol-leader Den Haam ca! me d the vll! ag ers by sing in g them some native peace songs, and then gradually won their confidence by giving them presents. iovernmental news digest. Check by Oct. 1 Gov ernor Me M ath's exec utive ;ecretary, Henry Woods, said today ,hat the current name-by-name check on signatures likely will be concluded before Oct. 1. He said a law suit challenging some names on the petitions will be prepared for introduction soon after the Arkansas Supreme Court reconvenes Oct. 1. The high court has been on summer vacation. Woods s aid the administration feels the petitions were drawn up with some fraudulent signatures. He said the suit will be pressed on that basis. Wocds was asked why the administration did not let the matter rest and campaign in the act's behalf prior to a vote next year Woods answered that the administration believes the State Purchasing Act needs clarification and tha Act 242 provides such clarification "If it does not go Into effec soon, this administration might no get to use it," Woods said. An act referred to general ftlec tion is not an effective law pend ing outcome of the vote. Salmon can easily smell the difference between waters of two streams, even though the streams are nearly similar in physical char- fc^acter, experimenters at the Uni- *-.versity of Wisconsin have found. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boyles Mrs. Joe Brown Gwyn of Wilson bara Thompson. and Mrs. James Hyatt ol Osceola were guests last Thursday afternoon with the Delta Coterie Club when Mrs, Warren Speck entertained with a dessert bridge at her iome In Frenchman's Bayou. Mrs. Speck was high score winner in ;he bridge game. Mrs. Garland Trammel was hostess to the Thursday Night Bridge i last week at her home in Bassett. Mrs. J. J. -ciussey was high score bridge winner, with Mrs. C. D. Price taking second high and Mrs. George Brewer, bridgo. Eddie Ryals, fireman apprentice, I USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D.! Ryals, arrived home Thursday to spend a leave with his parents. He is assigned to the USS Thomas. Tony Apostolldes, seaman, accompanied him home for a few days visit, before going to his home in Morgantown, W. ya. Both boys will report to the base at Long Beach. Calif., Oct. 3. Mrs. A. E. Clark and children, Elaine and Arlis, have returned home from New Orleans. La., where Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brazil of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wocdyard and children, Margret and Pappie, and Mr. aim Mrs. Jack Nolan and daughter, Anne, of Helena were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Woodyard and their family last week. Mr. and Mrs. .Maury Upton and daughter Vickie spent the weekend fishing on Black River near Knoble. Ark. Helen Harnden. Glen Shull, Billy Zook, Cecil Williams and Doris Standefer have entered Arkansas State College for the fall term. Miss Martha Traylor left Monday far Hattiesburg, Miss., where she will enter Mississippi Southern College for her sophomore year. She was accompanied to Memphis by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Traylor. Charles Stnndeter will leave Wednesday for Fayettcville where he will enter the University of Arkansas for his junior year. His parents. accompany him. Other Wilson etudents who have entered or will enter universities, colleges or prep schools this month are John Ellis, University of Tennessee. Knoxvllle; Jim Deer, Hendrix College, Conway; Marianne and Nancy Grain and Joanne Cullom, Gulf Park School, Gulfport, Miss.; Mary Melody. AU Saint's .cademy, Vicksburg, Miss., and "Immie Durham, Sewanee Military Academy. Bobbie Mae GrllTin has ntered the St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing In Memphis. Capt. and Mrs. Charles Elslander if Lawton, Okla., were the guests if their parents, Mr. a«d Mrs. Pete Elslnnder, and Mr. and Mrs. C. S 'tandefer last week. Capt. Els- ander is stationed at Fort Sill Okta. Mrs. Buford Boyles, Jr.. of Jonesboro and Memphis is visiting Mr and Mrs. Buford Boyles, Sr.. this week. Mrs. Maggie Boyles o Marked Tree Is also a guest in thi Boyles home. Twelve new teachers have Joined the Wilson High School faculty fo the new school year. They are Mis Dorthea Russell of Lula, Miss Misses Kathryn Gregory, Merl Mackcy and Mary Jane Steam, al of Arkadelphla; Miss Phylis Ma bry of Ashdown, Ark., Miss Belt. Bond, of Camden, Ark., Mr. an Mrs. Elgin Ward of Wilmot, Ark Miss Nettle Jean Phalcn of Mai vern, Ark., Mrs. Prances Jean Me Gill of Oklahoma, Ark., Miss Mar tha Ann Stewart of Morrilton, Ark., and Miss Martha Muncy of Lake City, Ark. Mrs. J. D. Rankln, chairman of the Wilson PTA membership committee, announced that the annual membership drive will open Sept. 17 with a meeting trf the room mothers chairmen. The time will be announced later. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Thomas and son Temp of Lebanon, Mo., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Barda Anderson, and family and her sister, Mrs. Ed Williams, and her family this week. Mrs. Lucy Thomas, mother of Dr. Thomas, accompanied them to Wilson. Marvin Reynolds, who has been pastor ef the Baptist Mission Chapel here, this summer, left Monday for Walnut Ridge where he will enter Southern Baptist College. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Koch and children of Luxora were the week end guests .of her parents Mr and Mrs. H. G. Yatcs. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bussey and children spent the week end with her sister Mrs. Lloyd Street anc farnily in Hipley, Miss. They were accompanied home by Mrs, Bussey'b mother, Mrs. Mable Crenshaw. who has been visiting hi her daughter': nome. Mrs. Charles Corkran of Memphi was the weekend guest of Mis Pauline Corkran. The Rev." D. B. Bledsoe, pastor o the First Baptist Church in Wilson is conducting a revival at Leach LUXORA NEWS T MRS. a. C. DRIVER A. B. Rozclle, Bowen Thompson, ind Harry Stanford attended the Cardinal baseball scries in St. Louis ast weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Overtoil and daughter, Lyun, all of Jackson, Term., were the wekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bogan last weekend, i Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio were ville this week. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nash and son were the weekend guests oJ his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Nash, tu Dexter, Mo. Mr. and Mrs, Benkm Garrett are visiting their son Jimmy, who Is u student at the Citldel In Columbia S. C., this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson were among those from Wilson who fished on Black River Sunday. The Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Monday night for the monthly Royal Service and business n.eotlng at the church. The Alfrec Carpenter Circle was in charge of the program with Mrs, Paul Bussey as program leader. Mrs. D. B. Blfd- oe gave the devotional. Mrs. W Brown sang a solo "Something r Thee." Others appearing on he program were Mrs. Broughton Lovett, Mrs. L. E. Sullivan Mrs. Ed Williams, Mrs. Charles Left- •ichnnd, Mrs, Russell Nash. guests of friends In 8t Louli last weekend. Miss Evelyn McDanicl of Russellville visited her father and family here over the weekend. College students from Luxora departing for their various schools last week Included Miss Wade Mcllenry to Louisiana State University at Bnton Rouge, La., George Stanford to Arkansas State College at Jones- >oro, D. H. White, Jr. and J, C. iutheiford ol East Mississippi Junior College at Scooba, Miss.. Robert' Gray to Arkansas Tech at Susseltvillc, and Misses Betty Mif- tlin, Wllma Layne, and Christine Johnson to Arkansas State Teach- rs College at Coiuvay. Those due o leave this week Include Tommy Stanford and Harold Hill to the University of Arkalisa's at Fayetteville. James L. Edwards, student at Oklahoma A&M College at Stillwater, Oklahoma, is visiting his parents. Mr. and MJ-S. Charles Edwards, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Bogan spent the weekend in Mt. Vernon, 111., as the guests ol their aunt, Mrs. J. L. Bogan. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. M. Cnstllo entertained their three-table Canasta Club at their country home Saturday night with a dinner party. Mrs. Elmer Hall and o. C. 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