The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1951 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER. NEWS M'Math Scorches Tackett Charges On Power Issue LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 26. (AP)—The dispute over Arkansas' power supply has flared anew, with Governor McMath issuing a scorching reply to charges that his public statements caused new industries to by-pass the state. McMath yesterday sent a strong* ly-worded tclegrapi to Rep. Boyd Tackett iD-Ark> In answer to accusations made by Tackett Monday night. Tackett charged that Me- Math's frequent statements that Arkansas suffers from a shortage of electrical power had causPrt prospective industries to locate elsewhere. The congressman's statements followed a request from the governor to the state's congressional delegation to help Arkansas obtain defense industries, particularly aluminum plants which may he moved Jrom the Pacific northwest because of a west coast power shortage. Declaring that Tacketl's statement (was) dictated by the utility lobby in Washington," the governor said: Tower Facilities Are Great "We would now have on hand greater power generating facilities and our power potential would be more ncArly approached had it not been for the near-sighted, selfish and dog-in-the-mangcr attitude of the utility interests for whom you speak and whose interests you apparently represent." "I stated, 11 sahl McMath's telegram, "that Arkansas has the power potential to supply the aluminum processing plants which the nation now needs so desperately and arc situated on the west coast. For your information, there is quite a difference between power potential and power In being. Potential Is "GroaU-st" "Because o( our water, ^as and coal resources, Arkansas has the greatest power potential of almost any state In the union. I have encouraged the development of private rind public projects in Arkansas BO that, together, they could supply ever Increasing demands for electricity. "The construction of government dams in Arkansas and in (he nation have, (sic) been consistently opposed by the utility lobbies. In many instances the projects have been defeated, in all Instances construction of power projects hnve been delayed because of this opposition. 'The current case Is the fight being marie by thp utilities against the construction qf the steam generating plant at Ozark. This plant is to provide more electric power at cheaper rates to (he farmers of Arkansas. You recall this case he- cause you appeared before the public .service commission on the side of the utilities." 20 Persons Die In Train Crash VIENNA. Sept. 20. (JPi— The Vienna-Rome express crashed into n stationary freight early today, killing 20 persons and Injuring 10 .seriously. About 30 others were slightly injured. The dearl ivere believed to be members of an Italian railwayman's organization who hat] been vacationing in Vienna. The disaster occurred in a midnight fog at Hie small railway station of Langenwang, 55 miles southeast of Vienna. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., Sept. 2G. lir, -lUSDA)—HOBS 10.000; active. ISO Ibs up mostly 15 lower; few early 25 off; lighter weights 25 to 50 lower; sows mostly steady ivith few sales 25 lower;, bulk 100210 Ibs 2-1.95-20.90; few early 20.75; top 21.00 for several loads; one load 21.io : heavier weights scarce; odd lots 250-300 Ibs 10.85-20.75; 150170 Ibs and few 180s 19.50-20.00; 120-140 Ibs- 17.50-10.00; 100-110 Ibs 16.00-17.25; sows 400 Ibs down 17.5019.15; heavier sows 16.50-17.50: few down to 16.25; slags 13.50-15.50; soars 12.00-15,00. Cattle 3501); calves 1200; few commercial nnd good steers near steady Arkansas News Briefs— Five Die Violently in State as Toll For Week Hits 7; Boy Drowns By THE ASSOCIATE!) PRESS Five persons died violently In Arkansas Tuesday, boosting the week's toll to seven. Buddy Mann, 15-year-old ran of John A, Mann of Hot Springs, drowned while swimming In the Little Missouri jilvcr near Delight. His body was found, A Little Rock salesman, Robert Doyle Vann, about 40, was killed when life car and another automobile collided about four miles west of Little Rock. Firty-U-o-ycar-oW Raymond Mitchell, an employe of a used car lot, was shot to death on the lot in Fort Smith. A former employe of the Fort smith Southwest American was killed near Conway wJion his car and a cattle truck collided on Highway 61 fie was W. A. Bennett, 26, of Paris, Ark. A three-year-old girl, Bessie Ann Davis, perished when fire destroyed the farm home of » neighboring family near Lepanto, Ark. SNPA Action Due Before Adjournment Today HOT SPRlNGS-The Southern Newspaper Publishers Association today wn.i to act. on a series of proposed resolutions and select the 1852 convention Me before adjourning at noon. f. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 Grand Jury Returns 'No True Bill' HOT SPRINGS-A no true bill has been returned by the Garland County grand Jury In the case of a termer bookkeeper who had been accused of embezzling $1.450 from Leo N Lev! Hospllnl here. Karl Kaufman was exonerated yesterday by the jury which also refused lo indict four other persons in another embezzlement case. Four men who had been charged with accepting part of JM 602 embezzled from the Arkansas Trust Co., here were cleared. Dr. Jones to Join Rutgers November I NEW BKUNSWICK-Dr. Lewis Web st « Jones, president-elect of Rutgers University and former president of the University of Arkansas expects to take over his new post about Nov. 1. Faulkner County Dryj to Fight Liquor Store CONWAY-Ruilkncr County Dr w have organizer! to fi g |,t the cs- laulishmcnt of liouor stores In wet counties near borders of their dry county. The Faulkner County Dry Association was formed here yesterday. Former Mayor w. D. Cole of Conway was elected president. it 31.2S-33.7i; some commercial bulls at 27.50-20.25, about steady; vealers steady; good lo prime 32.0019.00; few to 41.00; utility and commercial 25.00-31.00. PENNEY'S A i w AYS: PENNEY'S SLASHES WORK CLOTHES PRICES! NOW! SAVE ON BIG MAC MATCHED SETS TWILL SHIRTS TWILL PANTS 49 New Low PriceJ , 98 New Low Price! CHECK THESE NEW LOW PRICES ON OUR TOP WORK CLOTHES ITEMS! ARMY CLOTH PANTS or SHIRTS ,.„,.,,.,.„.,.,. . 3.98 BIG MAC JEANS FOR MEN .,.,...,'... 1.98 HUSKY WEIGHT CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS 1.39 BUILT STRONGER TO LAST LONGER! • Rugged vat dyed cotton twill! • Sanforized* for lasting fit! • Smart dress type collar! • Full cut for freedom of action! • Heavy duty zipper fly! • Shirts, 14-17; pants 29-42! 2 2 Alias Bailey The real name of Barnum's partner was James McGuiness instead of Bailey. He changed his name to Bailey when he ran away from home, lo escape detection. 'State Can Support Aluminum Industry'-Custer Icrview here yesterday, that his,iem of electricity involving 11 prl- agency could start delivering 160,000 vately-OM-ned utililles in Oklahoma, kilowatts an hour "today II neces- Missouri. Mississippi, Louisiana and ;. M>J—An Is sufficient supply of power available to support another aluminum industry in Arkansas, Charles M. Ouster, director of the south wrat power pool, said In an in- sary." 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