The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1951 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 19, 1951
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, ISSf BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Arkansas News Briefs— Judge Postpones Steam Co Op Ruling to Give Firm 'Time' By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS LITTLE ROCK—A ruling pn a motion to suspend and stay an order of the Arkansas Public Service Commission approving construction of an electric generating plant in Ozark, Arlc., has been postponed Jw Pulaski Circuit Judge Guy Amsler. *!*' Judge Amsler moved Hie date lor a decision to Sept. M after attorneys for the Arkansas Electric Co-operative Corp. asked for more time bo determine any damages thai might result It Hie motion U granted. Two Indicted in Investigation Of Malvern School Conditions Arkansas Postmasters Feted at Banquet WASHINGTON—About 100 Arkansas postmasters were feted last night at a banquet of the Arkansas state Society. Arkansas food was featured on (he menu, and Arkansas fro»e« chickens were given as doorpdzes. Guests included Postmaster General Donaldson, Presidential Assistant John Steelman, Secretary of the Senate Les Biffle and members of the Arkansas congressional delegation. Mi's. Joe T. Robinson, I.t,ttle Rock postmaster and widow of Sen, Joe T. Robinson, was to be honored at a luncheon arranged by Biffle today. Rep. Gainings (D-Arki will be host it a luncheon Jor postmasters of the first dUtricl Thursday. MALVERN, Ark, Sept. 18. f/P) — Two indictments were returned eslerdoy by the Hot Spring counly :rand jury ax It ended Ita four- lay investigation of conditions • in he public schools here. The Jury also offered several rec- mmendation.'; which it said would ncrease efficiency in handling the chcols' money. • Indicted were Horshel Faulkner, Malvern real estate dealer and a member of the school board, and f . Q. Coleman, a former teacher of wational agriculture In Malvern High School. Both were charged with libel. State Giiies Asked to Support Air Line Bid LITTLE ROOK—Business leaders of six Arkansas cities have been asked to support the Pioneer Air Lines In its bid to serve the towns. Gen. Robert J. Smith, president- of Pioneer, addressed the leader* at a dinner here last night. He asked them to plead their need for "aerial bus service" and ^p present their own case before the Civil Aeronautics Board. The CAB •jus set Nov. 27 as the hearing date on Pioneer's application-for routes connecting Little Rock, Hot Springs, El Dorado, Texarkana, Pine Bluff and Helena with Memphis, Shreveport and Dallas. Farmers S/ow to Put Cotton in Loan Program LITTLE ROCK—Arkansas farmers have been slow In putting their 195! cotton crop into the government loan program, says an official of the state production and marketing administration com- mltte*. J. L. Wright, chiirm^n of the committee, said yesterday oclr • boat 25 per cent of the Arkansas' 1951 c»op Is expected to enter the program. He said weathei conditions which have hampered harvesting were responsible for the lay. fly* Cities to Map Oil Progress Week Plans LITTLE HOCK--District meetings to map plans for the annual Oil Progress Week have been set lor five Arkansas cities. Forty county leaders ol the oil industry information committee met here yesterday. Another meeting was to be held in Forrest City today. Other meetings include: Jonesboro. tomorrow; Pine Bluff, Sept. 25; Hope., Sept. 26, and Fort Smith, Sept. 3-7. ?A<58 FIV1 based on advertisements .carried in a newspaper here as signed statements. The jury earlier'had been critical of both men for Rilesi'dly spreading rumors about the school system, ; Sheriff Roy Traywick said both] men have posted bond, adding that they would be tried in the January term of circuit court. In its final rcpon, Ihe jury criticized Ihe handling of financial af-] fairs ot the schools. It termed management ol school finances "locsely handled" and noted ' that t he "schools have failed to opera', o within their income." AP Reporter Randolph Wins Silver Star for Korea Heroism U. S. EIGHTH ARMV HEADQUARTERS. Korea, Sept. 19. i&>— The field commander of United Na- "ild. four-hour battle, ( Gen. James A, Van Fife! besto-v- ed the award on the 33-vear-olci Proposed Raise in News Moil Rate Be Reduced Ions forces In Korea loday pinned newsman in froirt of ICO cqrrcspon- ,he Silver Star on AP War Cor- rienls He told them- ' respondent John Flandolph for he- "Tlie prprji is part of the United •oic action. Randolph carried Nations Army in Korea. We are wounded lo safety April 23 during honored at havm? you as mernl-cis 6f tins command, I know trnt ihi-, gallant incident was one of tn^ir; in which correspondents have distinguished themselves. The list i; very Ion? '' i - n n I I ' Randolph's action, in di:-rc-?arri of Mov Be Reduced nis °™ safet v wm!e ^^ ~* ™*' off, American battalion, was first brought to public attention by the' baUahon commnndf 1 !', Randolph had passed over it lightly in hi." dispatch. i Today he was given, along with the medal, a citation autographed by President Truman conchld'inp: "The courageous and ag^rc-^ : r.c WASHINGTON, Sept. 19, UP) — Administration leadeis were dubious today of their ability to halt a House drive to lighten proposed increases in mailing rate* for newspapers. With the House scheduled to vote by the end nf the day on a bill to increase postal rates generally, a stiff light was brewing over charges for second-cla&s mail, And, there was House sentiment, against raising, as the Senate ha5[ done, the coot of an ordinary let-: ter to four cents. But no voice was! heard in. defense of t,he penny past: card. It appeared doomed to become the two-penny card. Fun-Loving 'Purple Cow' Author Dies CARMFT... Calif.. Snpt. 19 (AP) ! GeleH Burqr^. [im-!ovini? hu- : inorUt who pennr-d the "Purple .Cow" and resetted it for 60 years, Is dead, The .inthor '.vho ppent, of hi^ lifr .niipinp at traditinn and nv.iV.inK people la'ich ua.s stricken wirj^ a heart attack la^t work- Up died yesterday. No i.s planned. HP wanted it that way. IMans for di?pOFa] of the body have- not been an- APirir from the 'Purple CO T V" i er.'e Buierfs regretird very little nbnut life. "Life is too short Sir repress.' he said shortly after moving here f wo yf arp aero. "Uvnif? is Hie purv.iit ni f-in. If you want money, von specialize If you vant Inn. sou creafp nr-w 'thine;. Mo>t of n\v books I -A'rnto In fvm, That's v.hy they d^n't Pnnie did. tho-jKh. His '-Ooppd and HOM* to ne Th^m'' was a best- sellpf f>f> vrnr? nrro Oihri favor- i'"- "-rr- "Th" Tavclv Cit" O'MTP. ' " v \-.y Men n.^to \Votnen" arul "Tlie Rub^ivot. of Omnr Cayenne. 1 Packers Can't Bid On Army Rations 'Due to ConfroSs' CHICAGO, fifpi 19 OP i —• The Army quarter master mnrkft, renter *t. Chiron rrporlerl loday FC-V-! **Tsl msijor pfH'kers .sny ihfiy crm 1101 • bui rm an Army request for 13,000,I 000 pounds of hnnele,-? beef needed ; to I^eri troop? Throughout Hie nation. An Armv r-pnktvmsn ?airi I*, is" mirifM.^toori pnre controls urn the A telosrftphic nonre vn- .-r : nt (o sill the nalien's m^a' papers by . the Chirnso teiifcr Monday. The . b;4s will he open^ci -it, noon today : at. maikft rrnrc-rr in all par Us of i the roun'rv anrj \}\p rr.qiiK? ^n~ | noimrnd by the office o( quarter! ni ns t f: i 1 2 r 11 p r M in W a • >i: 11^ t o n, ; A Chif 20 area markering officer i said mo*' of the laigf: packer» tolci j him by tcl^phcnr they ooulrt not ! Fupply the lire* a ! MIL*;, time. There I ha-. fccrn nn trouble filling Army : ipqui3ements <,inre World War II, i he >aid, NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Mulinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 COTTON BOLL action taken by Mr. Randolph re- nerts great credit upon liim-eU and the United States Army." "This U i v er y y zrea L ho sia r." Randolph tcld Van Fleet. . . \J . Bounty Line Liquor Store to Get Permit LITTLE ROCK—The " Ark'snsas skoholic board of control 2?a!n has reversed its. executive director on issuance of & retail liquor sale permit. * The boarn yesterday ordered director George Callahan- to Issue s permit to Henry C. Burford of Conway, Ark., to operate a store in wet Pulaski County, The proposed store would he located near Faulkner, Prairie and Van Buren counties. All three are dry. Army to Expand Camp Chaffee LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 19. (,<p| Reports that the Army is plannm?] ing td expand Camp Chaffee near Fort; prices Smith have been confirmed by an] officer of the VS. Engineers, Lt. Co!. Arthur W. Starkey, executive officer ol the Little Rock District Engineers, said yesterday that Army appraisers had been active in Sebastian, Franklin and Loean • counties. He said a report on the; survey had been sent to engineer i headquarters. I WASHINGTON, Sent. 19. (jp> —: The government has stepped up its' drive to enforce meit price ceiling.'. The Office of Price Stabilization' announced yesterday the dispatch, of investigators to Chicago. Cleve- • land. Philadelphia and Newark t«> — see that slaughterers are cornpty-; with ceilings on live cuttle '•. 'Fishing Trip' Idles Workers RIVALS ON THE ROPES- ft.ivaSs for the honor ot retrain" 'is Skipperc-fte over the fifth annual fisherman's Fiesta ,-t 5,in Pedro, Cnlif., ornament the riR- 7ing ol .1 typical harbor fishing vessel. They arc Shalene Grannis nnd .PetfiTy Kerns. Convict YYow/c/ Return Mvnsy to Arkansas Rank [ He Robbed 13 Years Ayol LITTLE ROCK, Sept. !9 'AF> An Alcatraa coni'ict "^"ho tobbfd a hank in Arksinr-as 13 years a?;o •vants to refund, his share- of the loot, Floyd Hamilton wrotfi Arkansas Bsnk Commir^iont-r Ed McKimey that he u-ir.bed to send $200 to the Bank of Bradley (LaFayett 1 ? Covinty* to cover his part of the hold up proceeds. His letter stated thai HE earned the money while serving his sentence in the federal prison. The bank \vas robbed on Jan. "?., 1938. of $605.15. Hamilton 533-5 the money vras split three ways. With the Courts ; Chancery: } Metropolitan Lifr, Ins-ir >.nre Cnm- pany. et al, vs. Max John Malt?/ ct al. foreclosure Lonnie Hill, r-t a!, vs O.-cindolvn: Shanoytclt Hill, suit [or divorce. j Kiln Lynrh vs, Harvey A. Lynch, 1 suit for nil-nice-. Wednesday Sr Thursday "WATCH THE B1RDSE" Red Skellon —Plus— "THE MGM STORY" 58 Fenlured Players Fridav 7/ sM OLD AMARILLO THEATRI Manila, Livestock Wednesday & Thursday. "WHISPERING SMITH Man Sentenced to Life for Slaying Officer BENTONVim!;—A Jurr of 10 men and t*TO women has recommended that William B. Coxvart be Imprisoned for li'fe for the slaying of a peace officer. The jury recommended the lile sentence ves'.erday after Cowarl. 43, pleaded guilty to [irst degree murder. He was accused of the fatal shooting of DeCatur Constable Lsster S^tisr, 32, June 6. Utilities' Tax Battle Looms LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 19. I.J*—A "fishing trip'' tcday idled het«-efn 75 and 100 AFL sheet metal workers throughout Arkansas The workers have been av.'av from their jobs for two ri?iy& in what. J. W. Lucaa, an official of the sheet metal workers union's local 248 c-aid was an unauthorized work stoppage. He said the men T4re not on strike but" on ft "fishing trip." LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 19. (AP) — A battle over tax assessments of private utilities loomed today following increases of 100 to 300 per cent, in the 1B50 assessments ol 11 gas companies operating in Arkansas. j The 11 transmission and distribution firms were notified of fhe I boosts yesterday by the Arkansas Public Service Commission's tax| Wylie Andrew Tare. Jr. of Lux-i division. The president of one com-: on snd Miss Jnnie Lee Lewis of Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a marriage license yesterday at the office o( the county clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Blytht? Parker: immediately fight the hikes. said he would NAT1ONM, STOCKY AHDS, 111., Sept. 19. c^P,— 'USDAI— Hogs 6505; j act^-e. s'e.Tiy to 10 cents higher; \ bui'r! choice 190-740 Ibs 20.75-90: top • ?! no !oi lev.- loads e^rly; hulk 250-1 ?"0 !h^ ?n^==.^n; fp-\' 2flO-^2o Ibs IJVQQ-75; .-n^fill loUi heavier butchers down-.vard to 18.00 and extremes below; bulk 170-1M Ibs 3060-85: 150- ntl Ibs IS 50-20 50; 150-140 Ibs 11,50-) , 1000, 100-110 ib; 16.25-J7.50; sows [ 400 ibs riovvn 17.2o-18.25: heavir.rf sews 1525-1675: stflas 13.50-15.50,: boars 11 50-1500, Cattle 3000: caiies 1000; few loads' coort to average choice steers and! heifers 34.00-35.00; few\hi?h choice] to 3630; commrrcia] to lo-.v good steers anrl heifers 29.CO-32.00, In- rAiiriing 12 lonrfs ronirnerrlnl ^rade •.vbstern irnss steer; at 2375; uti]- i'y nnri r.oniiiirrr.]^l co^'S 2325-2300: (--liners and «:<>?;.!:• 1150-2275. rjn North Hiway Phtiiie 3S70 KM) STOMGHT JlaiRtirct 0' Hi ion 'THE SECRET GARDEN' — Plus 2 Cavlonns —• ftny Rogers Thursday & Friday l'!a.VKiT(iinds lor Ihe Kiddies Free Kiddie Car Rides Kids Under .12 FREE "•ilh Parents Show Starts 7:00 p, m . 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