The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 3, 1951
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Arkansas Nen>s Briefs— Highway Audit Group May Put Teeth in Probe of Operations By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ROCK—The Arkansas Highway Audit Commission may put some tetth Into Us Investigation of operations of tlie State Hlgh- . way Department. f The audit commission will meet here tomorrow' to consider the eni- .ployment of an attorney to pursue any law violation which it may uncover in the probe. R. H. Dlckenhorst of Morrilton. chairman of the £rouj>, said yesterday the commission is interested In a lawyer who lias no connection "for or against" the administration of Governor McMath. in an interim report, the commission said it was convinced that it would find "some dishonesty of action." Rodeo Queen Civet Brone Riding Show LITTLE ROCK—A Ruuellvllle High School senior was elected queen of the Arkansas Livestock Show rodeo last night and treated the crowd to an impromptu bronc riding exhibition. Nancy Elwood, a long-haired, blue-eyed blonde of n yeais. defeated 1* other candidates for the crown, her second beauty title of 10S1 But when she mounted her prize horse and started a trip around the arena, the animal, apparently frightened by a spotlight, shied and stopped suddenly. Miss Elwod kept going and tumbled to the ground. She promptly remounted and finished her tour to the cheers of the audience. McMath to Lead YDC Delegates Governor Will Talk To National Meeting Of Young Democrat* JONESBORO. Oct. 3. W,_-Oov Sid McMath will lead « seven-maii Arkansas delegation to the National Convention of Youn? Democrats which opens In St. Louis Thursday State YDO President Douglas Bradley announced today. The governor and his executive secretary. Henry .Woods, are flying to St. Louis today from the governor's conference in Gatllnbure Tenn.. Bradley said. McMaiH will address the national YDC Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The speech will be carried by (he Columbia Broadcasting System. Other delegates are state President Bradley and Charlie Johnston. Jonesboro; Jimmy Dowell, Little Rock; Odell Pollard, Searcy; and Ed Pace, Camden, regional YDC director. Co/. Barton to Head Hull Committee WASHINGTON—Col. T. H. Barton, chairman of the board of f the Lion Oil Co., El Dorado, Ark., has been chosen to head a building - committee for the construction ol Cordelt Hull Hall at Nashville, Tenn, The hall, part of the Cordell Hull Foundation, will house hifstorlc papers of the former secretary, of state, and possibly a portrait of - him and the bust that now is In the Tennessee state capitol. •AFL Metal Workers Are Restrained : LITTI.H: ROCK—AFL Rhcet metal workers—at odds with the ArXansas Sheet Metal Contractors Association over many terms of a proposed new contract—have been restrained from picketing con' itmction sites here and In Pine Bluff. A temporary restraining order sgalnat local 249, sheet metal workeri international association, was Issued by Chancellor Frank H. Dodge yesterday on a motion of the contractors. Two Men Are Charged with Murder EL DORADO—Two men have been charged here with first degree murder in the slaying of a Strong, Aik., cafe operator. Avon Wooien, 45. and his son, Melvin Wooten, were charged with the killing yesterday bf Deputy Prosecutor Hugh Wharton. FIRST ANNIVERSARY SALE! TAKE YOUR CHOICE far • (MtoWtim* f °OD WAST • wfw« you inly a new JET-TOWER DISHWASHER •N*ol Intlallcd. Slightly higher In th* \V«t. "Wh«« u*« not wmrary to cunenl focal ordinance! or Maw Uw», Come in soon ... See tha Youngstown Kikhens ELECTRIC SINK FcaUiTea famous Jet-Towef Dishwashing! Fifty-eight jels of piping-hoi, boo-tfr- heated water ihear ofT all food soil in less than 10 minutes. Vijtiroii!. top-to-bol- lom flydro-Brtish Action. And See the Youngstown Kitchens FOOD WASTE DISPOSER Fanishw garbage forever. Three »»yi best: (1) Takes conlinuoni fccil. (S) «tlt-clraning, (3) »tll-reversing nction me»n« lonjtr life. Adams Appliance Co., Inc. • SALES J. W. Adami, Mgr. • SERVICE 2fm-208 \V. Main Phone 2071 * Arkantat Farmer Hurt by Yellow Jacket* STAMPS—A LaPayett* Countf farmer wa« injured scriousl; jtt- t«<i»».wh«n h« wo* I«WK npMtcdlr.oo trw head and neck by yellow Jacket*. J. O. Mori*, about M, WM attacked when h« stumbled agalrnt a ntst of tha Injwta whlta hunting near hta farm homt north of here. He was taken to a hospital In nearby L«wisvtlle. U. of A. fo Get Low Building FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Oct. 3. (f, —Construction of a new school of law building at the University o Arkansas will get under way Inime diately, It was announced today a. the building committee of the board of trustees authorized th signing of contracts. The campaign for the needed extra funds for construction of the building Is still approximately $7.500 short of the total amount needed, but certain facilities originally planned for the building were eliminated In the final contract because of the shortage of funds. JF.SSUP LISTEN'S TO McCAH- THV ATTACK — Amljassador-at- Large Philip C. Jessup leans fcr- ward in his spectator's scat at the rear of the old Supreme Court chamber In the capitol to listen lo Sen. Joseph McCarthy (R- \Vts> present documents in support of his charges that the diplomat has "an unusual affinity for Communist causes." Jessup's appointment as U.N. representative Is up fcr consideration by the committee. (AP Wirephoto) Upset Scored as State Beef and Dairy CattleGo On Exhibition at Show LJTTI.K ROCK, Oct. 3. (AP) —Beef and dairy cattle were |)ut on oxliilntion liy Arkansas' top breeders and dsiiry- mon'at the Arkaiisns Livoslock Show yesterdiiy, and one big upset was scored. Ray A. Vnvnoll of Green Meadow Karms near Sesm-y took the Bi-nnd championship in tlie polled hercford sliorl- honiK with a seven and a half month old bull. Joe G Gerard a steady winner with stock from Ins Gerard Hereford Ranch at Heiiton, had (o he content will, reserve championships tor bull and female. Ray Peebles A- Son of Smittmlle PAGE NINB Arkansas Cities Get Tax Funds LITTlj: ROCK,—state Treasurer J. Vance Clayton has announced the distribution of »1.969.858 to counties and cities. Clayton said the allocation from the county ajd fund totaled $97.880 and from the municipal aid fund $375,000. Each county got $888.86 from oil Inspection fees, Clayton added. Counties got *23B.24« as their share of the sales tax and the cities for $203,277. Gasoline turnback distribution totaled 1776,492. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court. Chlcka- sawha District, Mississippi Arkansas. Metropolitan life Insurance Company, a corporation, and R. O. Doming, Jr., Trustee, Ptf. vs. No. 11.821 Max John Mattes, Bessie Lee Mattes, Veterans Administration, and W. D. Self, acting Collector of Internal Revenue, for the United Stales of America DIt. Tlie defendants. Max John Mattes and Bessie Lee Manes, are hereby (Lawrence Comity) showed tlie Brand champion shnrlliom heifer, a piulrd junior yearling. John Olvey's hercford ranch of, Harrison should a two - year - old champion !or tlie liercford Rinnd 'champion j tcsl bull and senior yearling for the grand champion female. Olvey's animals won six of the eight classes for hulls and five of the 10 classes for hellers. In the brahman show. Southern Rice" Farms, Inc., took top honors, winning the championships and reserve championships for both bulls and females. In the polled hcrcfords. R. A. PIckons A: Son of I'ickens (Desha I County), showed Ihe grand champion bull and Zack o. Jennings of Route 6, Little Rock, the grand champion female. Two youngsters scored In the ,, . dairy cattle contests. John W. Scott Loum>, )3 of Scotk , Pu]nsk | Ccmr ,i y) show . ed a two-year-otd holstein friesian bull to svin a grand championship. Danny Thomas of Sweet Home (Pulaski County) showed the grand champion holstein female. The guernsey grand champion bull was exhibited uy Robert L. Dorlch of Scott, and Sinnley Guernsey farm of Route 4. Little Rock, presented tlie grand champion guernsey female. Fourchelea Farm of Pulaski County showed the grand champion ayr- top bull and female. . In the open swine division, J. B. Elliott of Sweet Home entered a Junior yearling to lake Ihe grand Poland China boar con- plon Poland China tn«, and Arthur, J. McDanifls jr., Route 3, parn- gould, has the best pel; o( three market barrows nnti tlie best get- of-slre ainon? Poland Chinas. In the 4-H Cliili and Future Farmers of America division, swine an poultry tool: the spotlight. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARD*,. TIT, Oct. 3. </D-(USDA)_Hog, J.,000; _ active, barrows and gilts mo4tly 2S id 1 higher than Tuesday's, average; """" strong to 25 higher; bulk _ ( u _ _ Bobby Johnson. 1C. of Mahclvale,' fholce 190-319 Ibs 22.10-24; top won the fnt barrow championship 122.2S freely; few 250-300 Ibs 31.25- of the FFA dilvslnn witli China. a Poland '- 2 -»°; 150-170 Ibs 21.00-23.00; HO Ibs 19.00-25.50; 100-110 130104 The bfst pen of three honors went! n.50-18.50; sows 400 Ibs down 19.24- to Ves Childs, 10, FFA member from j 20,00: heavier sows mostly lg.25- Magnolla. 13.55; stags 13.50-15.:-; boirl 1100- Joic- Day Jr.. 13. of Mahclvale'sJH'-OO, 4-11 Club, won sweepstake honors j Cattle 2,500; calves 1,000; demand hi the 4-H division n( (lie poultry. ifood; early sale.s fully steady on show with a flock of 23 Rhode rs-!all classes; few small lot« of corn- land Reds. jiiierclat to choice steers and herftri Horace Henderson of Route 1. j 30,50-30.00: some prim* »U?e« un- Hot SIJI-IIIBS. showed a New Hamy-Isold; milltjr and commercial eow» shire cockrel thai was grand chain- 22.MI-27.5I): oanners ind cutt«ra 17.00-22.50. plon of ail breeds In the FFA poultry division. Best trio 01 Ijlrcls In Ihe FFA ell-1 °" Monday, we won 18 prltM In Jerwr and Bessie Lee Maims, are hereby. 1 -' ••>"»»eu me grann cnnmpion ayr warned to appear within thirty dnysj shlfe female. In the court named in the caption! In " lc milking shorthorns, Oa: hereof and answer the complaint of Greenfield of Fort Smith, had tin the plaintiffs. Metropolitan Life In surance Company, a corporation, and R. O. Deming, Jr., Tr. Dated this 18 day of September. 1951. Harvev Morris. Clerk By Ruth Magec, D. C. O. M. buck, attorney for ptfs. Jesse Taylor, attorney ad litem. 8,19-26 103-10 McGee of Mabelvale (Pu- vision were shown by Eugene War- i U>e l''FA contest for Duro'o ren of I.akeElflc eHol Sprincs). Jer-; swine, j r y mown nf Manuel Cnve has the: Attendance at tne snow totaled best cock In the FFA show. j 27.140 ypsteraay and 25,101 Mondny. 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