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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 28, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (AUK.) CO I 'UWM HEWS Arkansas News Briefs— McMath Promises to Complete Paving of Highway 63 North IMBODEN—Governor McMath has promised members o( the V. 8. Highway 63 association that the state will complete paving of the route In Arkansas. The governor spoke ot an association moetlnjf here last night. The road runs between West Memphis and Mammoth Spring In North Arkansas, McMath said that since he took office In 1949. a total of $4,100,480 has been spent on hard surfacing an uiiimved gap in the highway and replacing worn out bridges. NLRB Asks Conway Firm to Make Decision CONWAY—The National Labor Relations Board has asked 158 employes of the Ward Body Works, Inc.. here to hold an Immediate rlection on unionization of the plant or ask the CIO to give up attempts to organize the workers, 30 Days Added to Suspension of Officer NORTH LITTLE ROCK—The North Little Rock Civil Service Commission has added another 30 clays to the suspension of Police Patrolman F. L. (Buddy) Morgan, accused of mistreating a city Jail prisoner. Morgan first was suspended by Police chief Jack Pyie Sept. 13 for his part In the alleged beating of Ft, L. Blcndcn of Jacksonville. Ark. Chapman Favors Mississippi for Aluminum Plant WASHINGTON, Sept. 28. fAP) — Secretary of the Interior Chapman says he looks with favor on Mississippi a* a sit* for an aluminum plant. In (act he told Rep. Frank Smith (D-Miss) he would recommend Mississippi in any future aluminum expansion program. The matter came up at a homing before the House Public Works Committee of which Bmlth Is a member, at a hearing on a proposal for a steam power plant In the nor'.h- west. While testifying. Chapman remarked that, because of the availability of gas for power, he had recommended that the new Kaiser aluminum plant go to New Orleans and the Alcoa aluminum expand In Texas. Marked Tree Boy Killed in Truck Fall LITTLE ROCK— A Marked Tree youth was killed Thursday In a fall from a moving trut-'k, raising Arkansas' violent death toll since Monday to 10. Paul Vaughn, 1C, fell from the truck near Marked Tree when he apparently accidentally opened the door of the cab. The rear wheels of the vehicle crushed his head. Welfare Cases in State Show Decline . LITTLE ROCK — The number of welfare cases In Arkansas for October has declined 1,329 from the September total. The State Welfare Department said yesterday that It would mall checks to 76,660 persons Monday. October payment.! will total $1,824,638, or 130,880 less than September, the department snld. Educator Advocates United Church at Disciples Meeting LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 28. (>H— Little Rock nrca, international con- Only n united church can meet 'entlon, DlscJplc.s of Christ. Some NOTICE 'Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has /lied with the Commissioner of Revenues of the state of Arkansas fc-r permit to sell and dispense beer nl retail on the prcm- _ Ises described as Rt. 1. Manila, Ark., I expansion of the aluminum Indus- Fulbright Plugs U.S. Aluminum Arkansan Tells Government to Expand In Notion, Not Canada WASHINGTON, Sept, 28. (AP) — Before the federal govern tnent makes any deal to buy aluminum from Canada, the same terms f-linu Id he offered lo American companies, snys Senator Fulbright 'D-Arkl. Fulhright talked with Defense MoblHzer Charles E. Wilson and other 'officials yesterday Iti hU office ot] the aluminum situation, Others atU-udlnR Included Senator McClelltm (D-Ark); Under-Sec- retnry of the Interior Senrles, Uong- las Wright and Henry Blalock, administrator and deputy administrator of the Southwestern Power Administration, and fxnils Reynolds and Robert P. Patterson ol the Reynolds Metal Co. Expansion In Arkansas Fulbright. said he feels that any Mississippi County, The undersigned stales that he Is n citizen of Arkansas, of Rood moral diameter, thai he hns never been try should be In Arkansas, source of most of the country's bauxite, from which aluminum ore Is extracted. convicted of a felony or other crime | The scnat or said the conference Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned 'has been revoked within five years past; a:id that the under- developed the information that: Thorp isn't much likelihood that any aluminum potlincs would tie signed has never been convicted ofj!" 0 " 11 (ro "! lhe Pa , clfic norlhwesl i . . violating the laws of this state, or nny other state, relative to he sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to he Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day ot Oct.. 1951, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1952. Orle Lewis Subscribed nnrt sworn to before tne this 26 day of Sept., 1951. Mrs. Marshall Blackard (Notary Public) My Commission expires: 3;9,53. the rampant determinism, delegates to a Disciples of Christ convention here have been told. Dr. Roy c. Snodgrass, dean of Texas Christian University's Brite College of the Bible, said last night that: • "Thli determination cannot be confined to atheistic communism. To .maintain-' that;, our American doctrihi. dfJireV^erilerprise, though we befieWjji' tfil best yet devised, • is thV o'vkflnM'rtting freedom, and to think of It as automatically through the operation of natural laws bringing about all other freedoms, Is to sink to the low level ot a dangerously materialistic determinism." (Materialistic determinism Is the philosophy that material, rather than spiritual, forces do and should Ehape the social and economic order.) The educator spoke at the session of the three-day convention of the 2,000 delegates from Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, East Texas nnd the Memphis area of Tennessee are attending the convention. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- .wh» District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Louis Foley, Dft. vs. NO. 1US1 Lois Foley. Dft. The defendant, Louii Foley, IB 'hereby warned to appear? within thirty days In;the court named In the caption hereof and answer the comiilnlnt at the plaintiff, Dorothy Fnley. Dated this 27 day ot September, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anltn Sykes. D. C. Percy A. Wright, attorney for ptf. H. G. rartloiv, attorney ad Lltem. 9;2fl-10.5-12-19 Diamond engagement rings were used In the Middle Ages. OffM 'ToHtALTH D/ZZY SPELLS, NFRVOL/SNfSS, BLOATING ARTHRITIS, STOMACH AILMENTS, NEURITIS RHEUMATISM, HEADACHES, WEAK KIDNEYS, also Toxin*. Wenk Back. Acldi, Frequent Rlalng at Night. 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Guaranteed DON'T SUFFER AXOTIIFR MO MF.NT—Lite ts too short. r,H\ hnllli Wf Hope Mineral Tablet, ,1 j 0nr drM store, t w II, and It TOD are lint »nv,-,ij PRICE «|.M KIRBY DRUG. STORES ]K . callse shortage there: There are two aluminum problems. one that Immediate need -nd second n long range situation. Fulbrlght said he told Wilson that LOYAL SUBJECT—Among th« thousands gathered outside Buckingham Palace, London, to hcnr news of King George's condition was James Ilennings, age two, a young visitor from Ottawa, Canada. The King was still in danger following a delicate ; lung operation. 40 Plan Battle %£&$£• On Purchase Act With SPA A9eney Arkansas Lawmakers To 'Wait and See' About th« Ballot LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 28. (fl'l — About 40 Arkansas legislators have agreed lo work against the- adoption of Arkansas' new and controversial purchasing act. Meeting here yesterday, the lawmaker decided to hold off on any WASHINGTON, Sept. 28. (AP) — The Arkansas Power and Light. Co., and the federal Southwest Powei Administration have started talks on a possible "wheeling" contract. Under such contract AP&L transmission lines would carry power to supply Spa customers, In return the private company would get some of the power. Spa has "wheeling" contracts with private firms In Texas and Oklahoma, but A. p. & L. never has reached an agreement with the agency. C. Hamilton Moses, president ol A. jht. said •rnmciu term purchase agreements to U. S. companies before deciding to purchase aluminum from Canada on contract. 'Fxilbright said he would oppose strenuously any mcn-e to subsidize aluminum production in Canada. Dangerous Disease Whooping cough Is a dangerous disease of childhood and Immuniza- long-term basis. He added that! tlon for it Is advised by many doc- Huynolds Is prepared to expand In; tors between the second and third Arkansas 11 it gets a long range ] months of life. 1051 Ls decided at the polls In the next general election—if it gets on the ballot, The new act, sponsored through the legislature by the administration of Governor McMath. Is designed—nay its proponents—to "liberalize" and simplify purchasing procedure. Act Obtain Signature* Opponents of the act have obtained sufficient signatures on petitions to refer the act to the general election. However, the administration is checking the signatures in an eflort to find enough illegal names to void the petitions. A Supreme Court suit attacking the petitions is expected. Legislators lo Walt The consensus of the legislators meeting yesterday was to wait and see if the act gets on the ballot. If it dees, then they agreed lo con-. centrate efforts against it. If it is defeated, then a bill calling for a centralized purchasing system could be introduced in the next session of the General Assembly. Sen. Ellis Pagan of Little Rock, who called the meeting, had suggested that an alternate proposal for the centralized system be placed on the ballot next year. 1 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., Sept. 28. WV-(USDA)—Hog! 10,000; 180 Ibs up.mostly 10 higher than Thursday's average; some over 250 Ibs up more; 160 Ibs down ttrong; spots 25 higher; sows strong to 25 higher; bulk choice 190-240 ins 21.25-35; top 21.35; 350-300 lb« 20.50-21.15; odd lots over 300 Ibs 20.2S down; 150-18O Ibs ntostjy 20.00-21.00; 120-140 Ibs 18.00-1060' 100-110 Ibs 16.50-17.25; «owj 400 ibi down 18,00-19.00; heavier «ow« -17.00-75; slags 13.50-15.50' boar« 12.00-15.50. Cattle 850; calves 850; few util and commercial butcher steers S, heifers 25.00-30.W; occasional odd head uood steers around 32.50-33,00; utility and commercial COWB 22.0027.00; canners and cutterj 18 oo- 21.50. FOR RENT: BUSINESS PROPERTY IN BLYTHEVILLE Three siz«s of buildings to fit any business are now available for/rent. . .you may rent 1 or all. Located on the corner of Walnut * Franklin Streets in Blytheville. For information, contact PAUL BYRUM Its a Oreat Can>a Greatlal Vquipmtnt, acrrstorit, and trim HluHraltd <trt tukitct la fining, without nolle* H ERE'S the best new car rule you could follow: This is a great time to buy— and Pontiac is the best buy you can make! When you buy a Pontiac you are dead sure that every one of your new car dollars is buying a full measure of good solid automotive value. For Pontiac is designed and built to be thoroughly good in every way! You get a full measure of beauty in a Silver Streak Pontiac—beauty distinct from anything else on the road. 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