The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 17, 1951
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1981 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) OOTJRTER KEW1 Arkansas Netvs Briefs— State Purchasing Discussion Set for Little Rock Sept. 27 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IJTTLE ROCK—State purchasing will be up tor discussion at * meeting of Arkansas legislators and other Interested persons here Sept. 27. Sen. Ellis Pagan of Little Rock, has called the meeting. He cald he wants to discuss the controversial Act. 24S of 1951 which has ben t eferred to a vote In the November, 1952. general election. Fagan said he asked State Purchasing Agent Carl Parker and State Comptroller Lee Roy Beasley, who helped draft the measure, to attend the meeting. "We're telling the people It Isn't » good act and Governor McMath and his crowd are telling the people it is a good act," said Fagan, ''The people don't know who to believe." Arkansas Schools Join Crusade for freedom LITTLE ROCK—Arkansas school children joined the Crusade for Freedom today. Each of the 425.000 pupils in the state was asked to contribute a penny and sign crusade petitions. Money derived from the nationwide drive is to be used to help finance Radio Free Europe broadcasts behind the Iron curtain. 22 Persons Died Violently Last Week At least 22 persons died s'iolently In the week ended Sunday midnight 11 of them in traffic mishaps. Five, including two children, died Sunday. Near Little Rock, a five-year-old girl and her three brothers were playing with a shotgun when It discharged, killing her. She was Carolyn Sue Curtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis. Gilbert Sitton, 12, was injured fatally at his home near Siloam Springs when he was dragged by his horse. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garnie Sitton, said the boy became entangled in a rope tied around the horse'a neck. . vj Three Negroes were killed in a collision of their automobile and ^^i Greyhound bus near Forrest City, State police said the car was attempting to pass another vehicle. The victims were identified «« Mitchell Mason, Viola Vick and Ellen Williams, all of Brinkley. A Bfytheville Negro was killed near Armorel Sunday. (Story on Page 1.) Boyle to Get Call For Testimony Senate RFC Probe Told Time to Hear Him 'Is Not Yet' WASHINGTON. Sept, 17. (IF) Senator Mundt (R-SD) said today William M. Boyie. Jr., Democratic National Committee chairman, "will be called" by a Senate group Inquiring into his relations with the RFC but that "the time to hear Mr. Boyle is not yet/' Mundt is active in the inquiry into charges that Boyle has used his political position to Influence operations of the Reconstruction POW't Leave Malaya For Jap Homeland PENANG, Malay* (3>j—The last batchei of Japanese war criminals in the Federation of Malaya havt been sent to prison! on Singapore island for eventual transfer to Japan, All are to continue serving their long prison sentences In Japan. The number going to Japan from Malay and Singapore totals about 120. Prisoners taken to Singapore from Malaya Included Japanese (Captain Terate Isamu. who was head of police In Pejiang during the Japanese occupation. He was sentenced to life Imprisonment by a British War Crimes court. Finance Corporation, ment lending agency. big govern- WAF ENSEMBLE—WAF Pfc. Billie Adams of Birmingham, Ala., models a new five-piece exercise fatigue uniform adopted lor women in the Air Force. The outfit includes skirt, shorts and cap of light blue denim, a shirt of matching chambray and slacks of dark blue boat cloth. Arkansas' Harris Impressed By Venezuela Iron, Oil Store WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. (AP>— Rep. Oren Harris (D-Ark) recently returned from a trip to Venezuela impressed with that South American country's importance in the economic and defense programs of the United States. > Harris, is a member of a House commerce subcommittee, Inspected Venezuela's vast oil 'and iron ore Rreas. These two resources, he said, are vitally impotrant to th« United States. Venezuelan iron ore comes to this country In increasingly large quantities to supply needed steel and supplement dwindling sources from the Great Lakes region. The people of Venezuela, Harris said, are forward looking "and they don't want a thing from the United States except,our friendship." , Jl - . -,-4v , .-., •KA group of about 100 Arkansas postmasters, here for the convention of the National Association of Postmasters, are to be guests ol the Arkansas State Society at dinner tomorrow night. Door prizes or all those at the dinner will be rozen Arkansas chicken and other Arkansas products. Chase R. Stephens, World War It veteran from Gurdon, Ark., has olned the stiff of Senator Pulbright. A graduate of Hendrix College, Conway, Ark., Stephens was a school in- tructor last year at Lepanto, Ark. He replaces Dale Cook, Fayetteville, who has gone to another position In Washington. Rio Grande Near Top of Its Banks BROWNSVILLE, Tex.. Sept. 17 (IP) — The Rio Grande was expected to swirl out of Us banks into southern Hidalgo and Cameron Counties late today or early tomorrow. Meanwhile, about 100-mile northward, high flood waters which sent 350 persons from their homes in Kingsville fell about a foot last night. Tranquitas Greek, usually small, still was spread over a residential area two miles long and one- halt mile wi*. but the worst appeared past. ' . Police Guard Little Rock Line Of Motor Freight ' LITTLE ROCK," Sept. 17. (ff»i Twelve Little Rock policemen stood guard at the East Texas Motor Freight Lines terminal here for a brief period last flight after receiving reports that violence was brewing on a picket line. The guard was removed at 11:40 p.m. after an officer of local 878 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, AFL, agreed to withdraw the picket. Police said they.received a report that two groups of men had gathered, one on each side of the picket line, at 10 p.m. No violence was reported there* however. But officers were told a rock had been thrown through an East Texas truck as it passed through Lonoke. No one was hurt. A company official said he did not know why the picket line was established last Monday but guessed it was because the union wanted to organize the company's employee McMath Flies To California Governor to Seek Industry for State LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 17. (AP) — overnor McMath was en rout* to California today to: 1. Discuss possibility of getting & new aluminum industry In Arkansas; 2. Speak at the American Federation of Labor convention at San Francisco Wednesday, and 3. Bid farewell to an Arkansas military unit awaiting overseas shipment. ' The governor will meet with officials of the Kaiser Aluminum Corp.. sometime this week—the date wasn't specified—to discuss thai firm's possible industrial development in Arkansas. McMath will visit with the 201st Tow Target, Squadron, formerly stationed at Little Rock. The unit commanded by Maj. Adrian Parsley of Hot Springs, Is awaiting movement to an undesignated overseas station. Two other members of a Senate investigations subcommittee A\fn- greed over interpretation of testimony in their Inquiry Into Boyle's role in the granting of $645.000 of government loans to a St. Louis printing firm in 1949. Th« loans have been paid off in full. Senator Nixon (R-Calll) contended the Democratic chairman's "claims of Innocence have been r«- futed under oath." But Senator McClellan (D-Ark). who Is viewed generally as far from friendly to the Truman admlnlstra- Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Sept. 17. (AP) —(USD)—Hogs 000; barrows and gilt* mostly steady with Friday's average; weight* under no Ibs very uneven; some steady to 25 cents higher than Friday; bulk choice 180-240 Ibs 20.60-75; a few 20.50 late; several loads 240-250 Ibs 20.50-15; a few 20.50 late; severa loads 240-250 Ibs 20.50-75; other 250-270 Ibs 20.00-40; scattered smal lots 280-350 Ibs 18.25-19.75; bulk 140-170 Ibs 18.25-20.25; 120-140 Ibs mostly 17,00-19.00; sows 400 Ibs down largely 17.25-18.25; heavier sows mainly 15.25-16.75. Cattle 6,500; calves 1,400: earl;, sales good and choice steers anc heifers 33.25-36.00; load prime stcc and heifer yearlings 37.50; odd lot. commercial beef caws 23.00-28.00 tion, said that "up to now (he.canners and cutters 17.00-22.50. testimony doesn't bear out the I strong implication" that Boyle col- RFG Iol » n s totaling $645,000. NOTICE Of ANNUAL ICflOOt ELECTION IN MAN a A SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. li OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Notice Is hereby»t ttM annual school election In the above named District will be held on September 25. 1051, for th« following purposes: The election at a member at the County Board of Education for » 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'* budget, which shall include, in addition to the millnge for the operation and maintenance of the schools and for the payment of the principal and Interest of outstanding bond Issues, * con- tining building fund mlllage tas 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 and to repair and Improve present school buildings. Snld bond issue will run for ap- proaknatelj 1* y«ar*. Si addition to tht mlllage above recited, the lasue will be •ecurtd by a pledge of the »ur- plui derived each year from a building fund tax of IB mills voted for the District's bond Issue* now outstanding, and which, If the proposed mlllage i» approved, will be continued until the payment of all the principal and Interest of the proposed new bond tasue. Any surplus revenue from the building fund mlllage, after the payment of principal and Interest of the bonds maturing that year and providing for the next six months' Interest on. all outstanding bonds, may b« used by the District for any other •chool purpose. Tlie polls will open at 8:00 o'clock a.m. and will close at 6:30 o'clock p.m. on September 25, 1951, at the following polling places In th« District, to-wit: City Hall—Manila, Arkansas GIVEN thli 31st day of August, 1951. BOARD OP DIRECTORS, MANILA SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS By 0. W. Tipton, Pies!d«o» And C. B. i Children, Seen 9jJ-10-lT RHEUMATIC-HELP OR YOU DON'T MY A CftfT Take honel Wonderful C-2ZU contatng famous, beneficial herb "Black Snake* Root"; ]fs Iodized to activate Sal Icy- late action for better, mar* effective pain relief. Rheumatic, ijelmtlc, lumbago pains relieved, or first bottl* price back. Today—now—**t C-2223. MURR lected $8,000 in "commissions" from the American Lithofold Corp., St, Louis printing firm, after It got RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday & Tuesday RED HOT romance that rock* ol' New Orleans) The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has printed articles to that etlect. Boyle says Llthofold paid him $1,250 for legal work not related to Ihe loans. 'ER EXCURSION Last Ride This Year CARUTHERSVILLE Wed. | A Dancing 8 p.m. fSTEAMERl LAVALON Sept. Till Midnite MOONUTE ivs. Si p.m. PARKS (tax incl.) Child 75c — Adults $1.50 RHYTHM MASTERS AND THEIR ORCHESTRA Ancient Cars Sold SASKATOON (AP) — The local ansit system hos sold four old rectcars to four separate buyers ir a total of less than 5500. They re St. Louis-type one-truck street- ars, vintage 1912. ••••••••••^••ii I NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 YOUR CAR THE DELTA WAY! aft On New Car Financing Ve'll gladly make trie ilmple arrangements... tailoring the payments to fit your income, with up to 18 months to repay. No red tape. No delay. Just quick, friendly service and low-cost financing for your new cctr a* BELT A LOAN & FINANCE COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE 324 Wtst Ash Phone 2091 Last Times Today "THE FROGMEN" DANA ANDREWS OARY MERRILL Tuesday "CALL OF THE JUNGLE" Ann Curio Wednesday & Thursday "WATCH THE BIRDIE" ' • Red Skellon —Plus— "THE MGM STORY" 58 Featured Players w »ol«t . . . n«li? . . . new lows? . . . WHY NOT TODAY? 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