The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1951 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1951 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRM Arkansas News Briefs— Civil Service Asked to Check North Little Rock Police Case B? THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NORTH LITTLE ROCK—The North Little Rock Civil «ervlc» Commission has been asked to investigate the alleged beating of a prisoner In the city jail here. A city patrolman, P. L. (Buddy) Morgan, has been suspended In connection with the incident. The alleged attack was brought to light by Mayor Ross Lawhon Tuesday in a strongly-worded warning to city •^pbfficers that "cruel and inhuman" treatment of v prisoners would not be tolerated. The Public Safety Committee of the city council recommended that the commission conduct an investigation after conferring with Lawhon yesterday. The committee said that Police Chief Jack Pyle had suspended Morgan and that the action warranted a full Inquiry, A State Trooper, William Stane, also is involved. Herman Llndsey, director of the Arkansas State Police, said his office Ls investigating. Lawhon charged that R. L. Blendon of Jacksonville was beaten after he had been docketed on a charge of driving while drunk. He was arrested by Trooper Stane. West Memphis Radio Station Would Sell WASHINGTON—An application for permission to sell and transfer controlling interest in radio station KWEM at West Memphis Is to be heard by the Federal Communications Commission Oct. 22. The station, owned by the West Memphis Broadcasting Corp., would be sold to KWEM, Inc., of which E. D. Rivers Jr., is president . and principal stockholder. Little Rock Polio Victim Dies LITTLE ROCK—Little Rock's fourth polio fatality this year, Jenney Lee Rommel, died in a hospital here yesterday, she was a physician's office receptionist. Arkansas County Voters Approve Vault STUTTGART—Arkansas County voters have approved a proposal io build a new $9.540 vault at the courthouse In Stuttgart, but defeated a proposal to build'a new $115,000 jail at DeWitt. Arkansas Road Projects Listed Building Contracts Art to Be Awordtd S«pt. 28 in Little Rock , LITTLE BOCK, Sept. 14. (ip) — Fourteen road and bridge building oontracts are to be awarded at a meeting of the Arkansas Highway Commission here Sept. 28. Three new bridges and 67.94 miles ot ro«d construction k we re included in the commission's order, announcing opening of bids on that date. The prpjectt by counties include: JEFFERSON COUNTY —Construction of 125 miles of grading, minor drainage structures, gravel bate course and double bituminous surface treatment on the cornerstone-Reydel Road, state highway 88 (federal aid). SEBASTIAN COUNTY — About six-tenths of a mile of grading, minor drainage structures, crushed stone base course and blacktopping and a reinforced concrete bridge on state Highway 32 (federal aid). SALINE COUNTY _ Construction of 10.8 miles of grading and minor drainage structures and one concrete and structural steel bridge on State Highway 61 between Little Rock and Benton (federal aid). OUACH1TA COUNTY — About 1.5 miles of grading, minor drain^ age structures, gravel base course and blacktopping on the Camden-west road (teieial aid). CONWAY COUNTY — About 4.7 miles of grading, crushed stone base course and shoulders, asphaltlc and concrete surfacing on the Plummervill-Menifee road El Dorado Oil Can Write Off Plant Cost CHARLOTTE, N. C.—The Lion Oil Co., of El Dorado, Ark., has received permission from the Defense Production Administration to write off in five years 50 per cent of the cost of a proposed anhydrous ammonia plant near here. Estimated cost of the project is (30,432,000. Lonoke Funeral Director Is Dead LONOKB—Lum Berry, 66-year-old L/inoHe funeral home operator, died at his home Wednesday night. He had operated the Berry Funeral Home here for 33 years. Alcohol Beverage Director Is Reverted LITTLE ROCK—Director George L. Callahan of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board has been reversed lor the first time by the board. The three-member board yesterday overruled Callahan's refusal to issue a retail beer permit to Harrison C. Van Dalsem of Tucker, Art., and directed CaJlahan to Issue the permit. State Violent Death Toll Rises to 12 -Arkansas' weekly violent death toll has risen to IS with ttie death of a West Memphis taxicab driver and a three-year-old bojr. i.,. Robert E. Wells, 16, died Thursday In a Memphis hospital of ^injuries suffered in a car truck collision in West Memphis Sept. "T. The" child, Larry E. Green, died in a Dumas Hospital Thursday of a gunshot wound in the head. He was wounded with a .22 caliber rifle discharged accidentally at his farm home near Dumas. Capital to Entertain 'Miss Kilowatt' WASHINGTON—Miss Sharis Smith, of Wynne, Ark/, who IE Arkansas* "Miss Kilowatt" of 1951, will be entertained at a capital luncheon next Monday^ Rep. Gainings (D-Ark) said he h'as arranged the luncheon In the office of Les Biflle, secretary of the Senate. He has invited Vice- President Barkley, Presidential Assistant John Steelman, Secretary of Army Pace, Secretary of the Treasury Snyder and members of Who Arkansas congressional delegation. SUFFER NO MORE RHEUMATISM, HEADACHES, WEAK KIDNEYS, DIZZY SPELLS, NERVOUSNESS, BLOATING, ARTHRITIS, STOMACH AILMENTS, NEURITIS, Also Acids. Toxins. Lack of Vitality. Energy. Aching Bacfc, Ftenu«nt Rising at Night. Lumbago, Leg PaLns, Steepler Nights, Bad Complexion, Bad Breath. Amazing Relief No Matter How Long You Have Suffered, or what drugs yon have Qsed, you can now hope for relief from these symptoms. 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JOHNSON 'COUNTY — Con- straction of four miles of crushed stone base and blacktopping on the ClarksvtUe- Northwest road, State Highway 103 (state project). WASHINGTON COUNTY — About six tenths of * mile of grading, minor drainage structures and concrete pavement and pavement widening 'on State Highway 71 (federal aid). CRAIGHEAU COUNTY—About 10.6 miles of grading, gravel case and bituminous surfacing and one bridge on the Lake City- Greene County road (state aid project). RANDOLPH COUNTY — Construction of five miles of crushed stone base course and double bituminous surface treatment on the Pocahontas-Pourche Creek road (state aid project). GARLAND COUNTY — About 2.04 miles of blacktopping on the Hawes-Mountain pine road (federal aid). INDEPENDENCE COUNTY — Construction of 5.4 miles of gravel base course and blacktopping on the Rosle-Elmo road, state highway 14 (state aid project). LEE COUNTY—About 8.2 miles of gravel base course and double bituminous surface treatment on Marianna-Bear Creek, Moro Jot and Smitlis Corner-Aubrey Roads (state project). LOGAN COUNT1 — Conslruc- tlon of about 2.899 mites ot grading, minor drainage structures and crushed stone surface course on the Drlggs-Paris road, State Highway 109 (federal aid). CRITTENDEN COUNTY — About two miles of grading, minor drainage structures and gravel surface course on the Big Creek-Northeast road, Crittenden County road (federal aid). Portageville Soybean Festival To Open Sept. 27 with Parade PORTAGEVILLE, Mo,, Sept. 14. —The Portagevllte Jaycees will un- old their array of decorated floats n Sept, 31 at 7:30 p.m. at their nnual National Soybean Queen's Float Parade, honoring ]95Q Soy- iean Queen Pat Weber of Poplar Bluff, Mo. Queen's Pat's float will lead the mile-long parade through the streets of Portageville and will be officially welcomed to the city by the Mayor icnry Workman at a short ceremony in front of the judges' stand. Following Queen Pat's float will be from 10 to 15 high school bands and lighted floats carrying candidates for the 19S1 National Soy- jean Queen's Crown. The theme of Ihe Queen's Float Parade will be 'Sweethearts on Parade." After the parade there will be free street dancing for both whites and Negroes. On Sept. 28. the children will have their own parade honoring (heir Junior Soybean Queen and the theme of the Kiddle's Parade will be "Childhood Dreams." Highlights of the festival will be that night when 20 to 30 girls will compete for the 1951 National Soybean Queen's crown, The Beauty Pageant will start at, 7:30 p.m. Climax of the evening will be the annual Festival Queen's ball featuring Jack Staulcup and his Orchestra. 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