The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1949 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, MAY 26, 19.1<T BLYTHEVTT.T.J: COURIER NEWS U. of A. President Denies ASC Feud Charge of Delaying U.S. Okay of Agri Credits Is Refuted LITTLE ROCK, M|iy 26. W 1 )— Dr. Lewis Webster Jones wants it known tlu>t Hie University of Arkansas, of which he Is president, "Is not fighting" Ai-knnsas Stntc College. Dr. w. J. Eden's, State president, said here yesterday it had been "indicated" opposition by the University had delayed a federal survey to determine whether a vocational agriculture course at State would be approved. Later in the day Jones, who also was in Little Rock, said the decision Is entirely jj> to the U. S. Office of Education and that "as far as I know no slate institution agency has any authority In this matter." State Education Commissioner A "no two B. Bonds declared there was open ' warfare between the schools." To nrfcrnime Ncctl Both bonds and the U. S. Office of Kdiication said the Washington office is making a survey to determine if- <n theie is a need in Arkansas for more vocational agriculture training than the university can provide; an,, (2) if facilities for providing such training at State are , equal to those at the university. t T' le decision, they said, will be based or answers to these questions. \V. p. Beard of the Washington office said there had been no undue delay in acting on the case Edens explained that unless credits for the state college course are recognized by the federal agency, secondary schools employing state's graduates as vocational agriculture instructors you.-.', not be eligible for federal aid. SIIELTON SHOT—Earl Slielton, one of the Shelton gang of prohibition HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN Not-So-Sweet Girl Graduate Obtains Earful of Advice From Philosopher By Hit Boyle NEW YORK, May 26. (/»>)—The sweet young tiling hid a stormy look In her eyes us she marched up to my desk. "May 1 be of any assistance to you, ma'am?" 1 Inquired cautiously, You have to be cautious In a newspaper office these days when pretty girls corn* up to you. They never know whether they want you to be the last man In their pyramid clut>, or to tell you they Just shot down their dear old grandmother (or rending too many comic books. "Yes, you can help me," she said. "You wrote a piece telling college men graduates how to get ahead In life. But how about girl graduates? Haven't you anything to tell me?" "Have 11" I asked, looking to sec which ear she wanted filled Jlrst. "Sit down, my dear." The only seat I have for callers Is an Iron-rimmed wustebasket. She stood and stared at It In careful helplessness. I sat and stored at It. too .Then I got up and sat down on the wastebasket, and she moved over and sat down in my chair. days, was In a ville, Ind., today after being shot in a nightclub at Fatrfleld, 111. Kis condition was reported to be "satisfactory." Two of Earl's older brothers have died as victims ambushes. (AP Wirephoto.) of FCC to Open Added TV Channels in Ultra-High Frequencies in Fall WASHINGTON, May V,. </]>(—The Federal Communications Commission said today it hopes to open additional television channels in the ultra-high frequencies by "late fall." These would supplement the present 12 channels in the very-high frequency band, for which most receivers now are equipped. The commission's announcement indicated that the present channels will not be disturbed. t At the same time, the FCC as- serjed it is about ready to approve general color television broadcasting If any of the companies which have been experimenting with it can offer color-casts on an ordinary television receiver "with nor modifications." relatively mi- In the first persecutions of Christians in Rome, under Nero, the Apostles Peter and Paul were said to have been martyred. AFL President Promises Fight To Defeat Taft ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., May 26. M'j—AFL President William Green promises to muster "every ounce of strength" of labor to defeat "that outstanding reactionary, Sen. Taft" In 1950. In his address yesterday aj, the International Handbag, Luggage, Belt and Novelty Workers Convention, Green also singled out for defeat Southern Democrats who "unite against labor." 'We're rebels," Green told the convention, "we're in rebellion against the Taft-HaYtley law put on the books by the reactionary elements elected to the 80th Congress by only a third of the people." He said all Democrats who voted against the labor bill recently sent back to a House committee are reactionaries. Kennett Man Homed To Judicial Group JEFFERSON CITY, May 26—(/!>) —Adolphus M. Riggs of Kennett Is the new layman on the Appellate Judicial Commission for the Springfield Appellate District. He was appointed by Gov. Forrest Smith yesterday to succeed Harris D. Rodgers of Benton. who resigned to go on the State Highway Commission. Riggs is president of the Missouri Retail Hardware Dealer's Association. His term ends Dec. 31, 1954. The Judicial Commission chooses nominees to fill vacancies under Missouri's nonpartlsian court plan. "I don't think there la anything I can tell you," 1 said. "Why?" Man luter In Woman'i World "Because you Just showed you have learned woman's most important art—how to get men to do what yon want." "Oh. men!" she snld. "I sometimes wish all the men In the world were dead—not that they probably aren't," "Why are you mad at men?" "Because they take up so much space. Wlmt chance lias a woman who wants a career? Men hold the big jobs. If there's a soft touch in :ife, It's theirs." ' She said this—and me slttlne there cramped on an iron wastebasket. "Look," I said. "You've got life backwards, Men lost out In the struggle to rule the world long ago It's a woman's world today. The prime aim left to men now Is to make wntnen happy. Men work women spend. This Isn't just a feminine ngc we're living In—It's a feminine rampage." "Well," she said. "I can see why they call you the poor man's philosopher. You certainly aren't the poor woman's Socrates—or Gable either, for that matter. What about equal rights?" "What, about equal wrongs—do you want those, too?" I asked "Einstein couldn't figure ft formula to give women etjual rights. And it wouldn't be fair to them if he rtid." Recommends Marriage M Career "How can I have a successful career?" "Work hard, use your brains, be friendly—just like I told the college boys. And don't try to capitalize on sex in business." "Is there any way I can avoid it?" she dimpled. "No, I guess not," I sighed. "Not for another 30 years. Then It won't make any difference. What's your name anyway?" "Just call me Jane College." she said. "I came to see you on a dare." As she turned to leave, I said: "Can I give you just one more piece of advice Few women—or few men either—ever found com- ,,i e i e happiness in » career nlone. It's better to be queen In a kllch cne:te than a sub-princp.sj In a 20- room office. Find you a nice heal, thy man and marry him." "Who'd you have ill mlnn?" said the sweet young thing. I went back to my chair, still feeling like I was sitting in the wastebasket. I suppose this Is the way any man feels who ever tries to tell any woman anything, Arkansas AFL Asked to Fight Civil Rights LITTLE ROCK, May 2«. Willie Arkansas Federation of Labor his been asked to combat the Stales Uithts movement. Addressing the federation's convention her* yeiterday, Leo B. Carter, New Orleans, a representative o! the AFL Teamsters' Union, expressed approvals of "President Truman's program to throw out the Dlxlecrats." "If a bill should be Introduced In Congress to send all Netfrova back to Africa," he asserted, "the Dlxle- crats would (lent It. They want to keep the Negro here to use htm competitively to ke«p a low wage scale In the South." In the first attempt «t colonization of Arcadia. 15J8, the French lauded 60 convicts on Sable Island. B.H.S. Girls' Trio Sings At Kiwanit Luncheon The Blythevllle High School u trio presented a music*) program at the weekly meeting of the Kl- wanls Club at Hotel Noble at nooi yesterday. State Colleges To Help for Education Survey LITTLE ROCK, May M. W>_ The survey of Arkansas' aystem of higher learning will be financed in purl by the state-supiwrted colleges. The executive committee of the buite Commission on Higher Education voted yesterday to assess the colleges a total of $10,000 on the basis o( amounts the school* receive from the slat*. The commission, directed by the 1040 legislature to make (he survey, haj received grants of |7,500 each from the Carnegie Foundation for the advancement of teaching • iirl the general education board. It expects further out-of-slat« fl nanclal aid. Anne Trleschtnsn, Miss Mary Mar- Fiarel Aulen and Miss Vivian Taylor. At yeslerday'a meeting the club celebrated birthdays of H. a. Partlow, Hernard Graham, Elbert Huffman Hud Freeman Robinson. The trio Is composed of Miss Joboro. . Other guest* Included George Hubbnrd Jr., and O. 11. Jones oi niythevllle and Roy Halley of Jones- NEW Bex Open* Wee* l»iri 1:M i>m Matlnc* Naturdaj A Bun*»; SaL-Su. I *.u Cont BhewiB* Manila, Ark. Show. KVEKV NIGHT Time Today 'WONDERFUL URGE' with Tyrem Power and Gene Tlerney Alt* Shorti Friday "DAUGHTER OF THE JUNGLE" with I/oil Hall and Jamea Cardwell AIM HhorU Saturday 'BEYOND THE PECOS' with Rod Cameron A1» HherU RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Lut TIM Te*»r (DOUBLE KATOU) "LAST DAYS OF FOMrlll" with 1 "SHI" with BuMf Nm * Uteri Friday and Satwdt? "VALLEY OF N THE LAWLESS" with John.? M« Carto» * Serial 100 GALS. 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