The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 26, 1951
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 Two Dell Negroes Fined $550 Total On Liquor Charge Leachvilfe Pair Waives Preliminary £|n Burglary Case Two Dell Negroes were assessed lines totaling 1550 and costs In Municipal court this morning on charges of violation o( state liquor laws. Pink Young was fined a total ot *2(M and costs on charges of selling liquor on Sunday and selling liquor without a license. This was his fourth conviction on similar charges, according to Deputy Prosecutor Attorney Arthur S. Harrison. Charles Jones was fined a total of ?150 and costs on charges of selling beer without a license and selling beer on Sunday but $110 of the fines was suspended on recommendation of the state. Preliminary Waived In other action O'Neal Hansel Swedhalm and Glen R. Adams, both of Leachville, waived preliminary hearings on charges of burglary and were ordered held to await circuit Cocrl action. Bonds for each were set at $1.000. The two men were charged with breaking Into the home o! Howard Brooks near I>achvllle on Sept. 9 anil attempting to break into Mr. Brooks' cafe. Burrlelte Man FlHSl .Raymond w. McFall of Burdette vht fined $150 and costs and sen- («A[ed to a day In Jail on a charge Depriving while under the influence of liquor and Joel Francis was fined $100 and costs and sentenced to R day in Jail on a similar charge. McFall was arrested Saturday night after the car he was driving was involved in a traffic accident wit hone driven by B. B. Goodman of Blytheville at Ynrbro. Rape Charge Is FHecj Here Arthur 8. Harrison, depcty 'prosecuting attorney for North Missis- flppt County said yesterday that Information charging James Bull- Ington, IS, of Blytheville with rape hai been filed with the Circuit Court Clerk's office here. Bulltngton U charged with as- MUltlng a 12-year-old Blytheville firl on a gravel road west of Bly- th«vill« Sept. 19. His trial is scheduled for ths October term of Circuit Court, Mr. Harrison said. ELECTION ™ Continued tram pag« I Crestman, five years; Brinkley, Leu-is Baugher, five years; Etowah, J. H Lunsford, five years; Missco (Stillman), Everett Young, five years. (By The Associated Press)—With some exceptions, Arkansas voters Tuesday approved tax increases to provide more money for public education. Unofficial returns from 64 of the state's 421 school districts showed the trend of voting in favor of higher taxes to support schools on the local level. There were a few districts that rejected proposed tax increases and some districts approved the same rate voted on in last year's state school elections. School district in which millagv hikes were rejected will operate on the same tax rate In effect last year Voting generally was light. At least 11 districts rejected proposed higher lax rates, rive of these were in .Jreene County. The cost Is estimated at «5ff,000 At Searey, voters approved a pro^Pal to refund $115,579 in bond; previously Issued. Arkansas Education Commissioner A. B. Bonds estimated the average tax Increase voted Tuesday was between eight and 10 mills. FAIR (Continued from Page 1) first and second; Mrs. Lee Stiles third; Collections of Three—Mrs. G W. Barham, first and second; Mrs G. s. Edwards, third: De Courage . , June Moore, first Sybil Ncai. third. and second; . . The Juvenile art division lo said. . Judged this afternoon. Mrs. Hall IRANIAN HOPEFUL —Seyyid Zia ed-Din Taba-Tabai, above, is considered the most serious rival for the job o( premier of Iran, now held by Mohammed Mossadegh. Mossadegh's government is on shaky grounds because of Anglo-Iranian crisis caused by oil raliooaUiatioo. r BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS • ^ABlSfe PAGE SEVEK ITALY (Continued from Page 1) golrl-gilried srouiw were formally presented by Italian Premier Alclrfe de Gasperi. Even ns Mr. Truman spoke, the United States, Britain and Franco were moving to relax restrictions imposed on Italy by the peace •rcaly. They proposed lo do it by enouncing some clauses, especially provision limiting the size of Ital- an armed forces. Mr. Truman said the treaty "does FLAMING NAPALM ON THE WAV-Two U. S, Air force F-51 flghler planes press a low-level Bombing attack on an industrial targej in North Korea. Plane in foreground has just released two napalm bombs—which the fliers call "Jellied Hell" because ot their intense lire-spreading qualities One of the bombs-actually a tank of the jellied gasoline-is headed straight down, while the other is just being released from beneath the Mustang. <U. S. Air Force photo from NEA-Acme ) Obituaries Mrs. Frank Noe, Leachville, Dies; Rites Tomorrow Services for Mrs. Prank I. Noe.63 will be conducted in the Leachville Methodist Church at 2:30 tomorrow with the Rev. C. C. Pulton, pastor of the church, officiating and the Rev. E. H. Hall of Dell assisting, Afrs. Noe died Sunday after suffering a stroke. She had been In ill health for about three years. A resident of Leachville since 1931. Mrs. Noe was a member of the Methodist Church there, a past worthy matron of 1 the Order of the Eastern Star, and she selected the charter members of Chapter AC of the PEO Sisterhood of Leachville. She leaves her husband. Frank I. Noe; one sister, Mrs, cicve Quick oj Kansas City, Mo.; and one daughter. Mrs. Herbert Atkins of Manila. Burial will be in Leachville with Howard Funeral Home in charge. Legion Backs Aid For Handicapped Dud Coson Post of the American Legion will back national "Employ the Physically Handicapped Week" Oct. 7 through 13. It was decided at a meeting of members of the post here last night. Handicapped veterans should list their names and qualifications with J. M. Cleveland or H. L. Halsell. Jr.. co-clialrmen of the Leeion post's employment committee, it was announced. Post Commander Paul Matron will provide additional Information for the handicapped job-seeker. 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WASHINGTON—Mai Sisklnd, Washington lawyer, told Senate Invest/jrators foday' he bought 23 Uw account* from William M. Boyle, Jr., the Democratic national chairman, In 194S for $1SO.«X>, an* eillrnated he might receive 5431,250 In few from them. WASHINGTON—The Senate internal security subcommittee Negro Deaths Rites for Joe Smith To Be Held Tomorrow Fuiir-rnl services lor Joe T. Smith 78, of BlythctNlle will be condiictc at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the Horn Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. H. A Shedd. Burial will be in Mt. Zl< Cemetery. He died yesterday at his home o cast. Cleveland Street. Surviving ar his wife Daly, three sons, Claud Robert Lee and Ben-Willie Smitl all of Dlytheville; and three riatigh ters. Bertha Mne Smith of Chica go; Joe Addie Louis of Mt. Vcrnon 111., and Dorothy Harvey of Cleve land. O. Bigger British Airline LONDON fXP)—New 47-seat Eliza bethan airliners will begin flyin British European Airways' Lon don-Paris route on October 21. Th nationalized British airline said th Elizabethans will replace the 27 seat Viking plane now used on th Paris service. brought out today that Mrs. Owen Lattimore ghost-wrote for former Vice President Henry A Wallace a pamphlet on Pacific problems. nol give Italy Hie position of equality among (lie free nations lo which it is now entitled," "Anionfi; other things," he added, "the treaty places unnecessary shackles on Italian eltorts for the ccmmon defense of the community of free nations. We intend to do everything we can to see that these unfair restrictions and discriminations are removed, Mr. Truman snid thai- only by tlie combined effort of the free nations, including ftaly, "can we counter the menace of soviet »ggre.s- .sion." Manilan Sought In Stabbing Case MANILA. Sept. 26.—City Marshal Lee Raker of Manila said todny that he was seeking a 26-year-old Manila man who stabbed his 19-year- old brother eight times with a knife during a fight here Monday night. Marshal linker said Daniel Key was reported in a -satisfactory" condition at Ration's Hospital here suffering from four knife wounds In the back, two in the right arm and tiro In the left leg. The wounds were repcrled to have been Inflicted by the boy's brother, James Key, who fled after the fight, Marshal Baker said. »nd has not been apprehended. Marshal B»k«r said he has not learned wh»t caused the fight, Peculiar Mini* Calypso Ls a peculiar type, of music developed by Negro mlrwtrelt of Trinidad. Calypso songs, accompanied by the guitar, were sung bf the Negroes in a French patois Interspersed with Spanish idioms or in English with an odd British accent. THE TIME Year's Greatest Seletiion of Plates to Go—Things to Do Low-Cost Scenic Trips Over Glorious Autumn Highways LA \\ llmt-imlng Ixfrtit ttlnjal,, a,J Jti,t,gk tusii Iti S»perCc«ti«j, law torn, fitttiMt S<li,J,l,t BIG TRIPS FOR LITTLE MONEK! LITTLE TRIPS FOR A BIG TIME! w« r Kansas rily. Mo. , .. Sraltl*. 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