The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1951 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 4, 1951
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PAGE TITO Arkansas News Briefs— McMath Defends W. M. Boyle At Interview in St. Louis Bjr THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ft. LOUIS—Arkansas Governor Sid McMnth defended William M. Boyle, Jr., last night, declaring that he doesn't believe tlis Demo. cratUs National Committee chairman used hit position for personal (tin. In «n Interview McMath stated that he believes Boyle and Guy Oabrielson, chairman of the R«publican national committee, should b* considered Innocent until proven otherwise. Both Boyle and Gabrlelton have been under tire in congressional investigation of alleged influence In Reconstruction Finance Coro loan cases, BMrTHEVTU.E (ARK,) COURIER Carnival Gambling Devices Seized by FBI HOT SPRlNOS-Twenly-four carnival gambling machines have been seized here by the Federal Bureau of Znwstlgation, and a Hot Springs man has been arrested for transporting them interstate Loyal George Slolcy, 32, wj,s arrested yesterday by FBI agent* on the charge. He was freed on »1,000 bond. M. w. McFarlfn. agent n charge of the Little Rock FBI office, said Slaley leased the machines to carnlvaj concessions. State to Draft 75 in December Call Der h ? OCK - ac '« ! » t >"'<™ '"«» «« needed to meet Arkansas' D^ ember draft ca.l, says MaJ. Can WelU, e hl ef of the manpower wo, rf1' IIT,' S '" Se "' 1Ce ! * a '"""' rt «s- Well said no mm *ould be called to meet (he quola. Polio Hears fpidemic Stage in State savs » •««. «>. the National Foundation for ,„,„„„„ Parnlysls . ^ 1S.B, cases per 100,000 population, from Jnn . ! u, acpt 22 said the foundation. Twenty cases p er 100,000 „ considered an epideinic City Cotton Gin Ruined by Fire by f,r,v,H by fire yesterday, causing damage estimated at J60000 Manager Bill Sloan said, however, that it would' lake ' d the firm Stutt 9 ort Firm in Contaminated Rice Case ™ Arkansas' REA Share ListaTat $2,125,375 WASHINGTON. Oct. 4. W)-Ar- kamai' , h .re of *5fl,ooo,000 In Rural Electrification Administration furi'ds tor thli : fiscal year will bo »2,126 r »15, the )REA l 'hi« announced... , Th» RBAr»,ia yesterday it would distribute the tund among the in rural power loana for the year «nding nejrt June 30, Former Jonesboro Man Diet at Hope Residence HOPE, Ark., Oct. 4. m _ The Arlraiuaj Revenue Department's Inspector from Hempstead County W P, Robert*, died at his home here yesterday. RabertvH, wa.s a native nl Jcnw- boro, Ark, and moved here several years ago from Ardmore. Okla. Survivors Include hi* widow, n son. a brother and a sister. Big Veterans' Day Attendance At Stock Show Little Rock Host To 58,200 at Ail-Time High Record Is Set UTTI,B ROCK. Oct. 4. (AP) -A vetcrnns' day crowd of S8200 yr.s , '"W'MteA the Arkansas Live. stock Show, wttiiiB »n all-time at tendance record for the show's 12. year history. ™'n!£ 1 ' i0 " s , prevlous record wa « »omc 40,000 customers on veterans' day at fill- 1950 stock show. Officials were confident, that this years who would draw the highest, attendance for the entire «tx clays Visitors for the first three days u,' taled 110,743, last year's record over nil attendance was 200,100 Jiidglnn of livestock exhibit con tinned with a Fort Smith youth up sion with the grnnd champion Jcr scy femnlo, J "-cow n "' "' entCre<1 a slx -^"'-- Storm Threatens Carolina Coast WILMINGTON. N.C., Oct. 4, «!, — I he tropical storm that became a man-siwd hurricane after crossing peninsular Florida threatened tht North Carolina coast today. The Miami Weather Bureau in a S a.m. IEST) advisory said tht storm lay J,«t 60 miles off Capf Haticras, N.C. Coste/fo to Hot Springs [For Bursitis in Shoulder ! NEW YORK, Oct. 4. M', bler Frank Costcllo. under Indictment for contempt of the U S Senate. Is going u> Hot Springs Ark seeking relief from bursitls or arthritis In his right shoulder. The trip was made possible for the 60-year-old gambling kingpin, a reluctant witness at the recent Senate crime committee hearings wben Federal JuclKO Vincent I,. Leibell gave his permlfsinn yesterday. ,™ Vlllln «> 22.0' Harrison, the Junior champion Jersey fema e. and Joe Elc.n of Waldo had he first prl« winners in classes rnr ows " nd lmr -y e *r-°t<l Orvllle Slfgcnlhalcr of Diamond Grove Farm, Fort Smith, had the grand champion and Jersey bulls with a two-year-old animal. Edwin McDonald of Harriren had the Junior champion. Texas Man Finds Strange Gas Weil In His Basement DALLAS. Oct. \. ia->—tt. E, wsik- r, who discovered one of the ngest ga s wells In Texas' his.' three weeks ago, is getting about 20 gallons of refined ga.w- ine dally from two basement hyd- And Fire Marshall R. a. Burns '• -"ill trying to find the source f Walker', well. Burnj fears an explosion. Walker works in the Rio Grande Vntional Life Building. He said the Kasoline just, started seeping into he sub-buement of the building. He Installed two hydrants in the Livestock Death Penalty Asked in Slaying NEW PORT. Ark.. Oct. 1. l/p,- rne death penalty Is being asked by the state (or Everett Quthrlc 38- year-old Jackson county farmer accused of first degree murder in the slaving of a neighbor, Outline's trial started here yes- cnlay. He Is accused or the shotgun slaying of William Western. 50 at Western's home In the Denmark community recently. More than 40 witnesses have been mnmoned to testify In the trial Glilhric's attorney had Indicated lint he will plead self defense for his client. Open for Bus! ness MODERN HOME Inferior Decorators Highway 61 S. C. J, BURRIS UPHOLSTERER Phnne SOfil NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Ill, Oct. 4. (AP)-(USDA)-Hogs 8,500; active, 15 to mostly 25 higher than Wednesday's average; bulk choice liHW'IO lb burrows and gilts 223550; top 22.50; few 250-270 Ibs 21 85- MJs; odd lots 200-300 Ibs around 21,25; most 150-170 Ibs 21.00-2225' largely 21.25 up; ISO-140 Ibs 1025: 100-110 Ibs n.15-18.75- sows Ibs down 19.50-20.25; heavier sows 18.50-18.25; few boars 13.50- Cattle 2,000; calves 1,100; general trade lacking briskness nf earlier ;k with opening sales about, steady on all classes however; few commercial to choice steers 31.0016.35; odd lot-s commercial nnd good butcher steers and heifers 21.0033.00; utility and commercial cows 22.50-27.50; canners and cutter 17.00-22.60. concrete walls, Every night Walker finds two ten gallon cant filled with gasoline. "Sometimes ethyl, sometimes regular, but all good gasoline." He lotea It off for use in his automobile. THURSDAY, OCTOBEH 4, 1M1 HrHir CUHH cnmei tr un CRUISES ..... TOURS STKAMSIIIH - - AIR - - RAII, - - HOTFL UNITED FRUIT CKUISKS-11 days-Havana-Guat- of call ALCOA LINK— 16 da.vs ROGER WARD TRAVEL BUREAU 32« F.IJ, Bid,. 37-2M3-3T-0187 Mem,,!,!,, Term. COTTON BOLL £**jji*L^ __ n _ _^6k kJiRSKPflii f~$> L-^H^i'-u/ ;v^ t-JLJLJ^ on Nor Hi Hi way 61 ['lions 3570 THURSDAY & FRIDAY i v\<* Cotton Ball FRIDAY, OCT. 5* Featuring One of America's Leading Bands Main Exhibit Bldg. Walker Park 9=30 PM-130 AM Sunny Gale-Ernie Berharf-the Mclnfofs For Your Dancing & Listening Pleasure! Advance Tickets.... $ 3.50 Now on Sale at Kirby's, 4th & Main Streets (Door Admission $4.00) Don't Miss The Most Gala Event of the Year! FOR RENP BUSINESS PROPERTY IN BLYTHEVILLE Three sizes of buildings (o 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 Sensational Sale! Men's Nylon Socks Irregulars of Quality! Never in our history a nylon sock priced so low! 4 Good-lookmg anklefs will, a 100% nylon bodv-the hee, toe and elastic top are reinforced with mercerized cotton to make them the best-wearing socks you ever had on your feet! Fancy sfripes or clocks-in all the new fall colors. Sizes 10 to 13. BLACK&WHITE STORE 406 W. Main Phone 4591 •%,-. /^ LA. M-G-Mk usicHl Acl & Ciirloon Guest Ticket Nil's* Playgrounds for the Kiddies i Show Starts 7:00 p.m. j Thursday & Friday i KIC. DOVIU.E FEATUllF. I lilEU t •WALKER i And— > ricml 2 Cnrtoons Phone 4621 Show SUrli H>rk.layj 7:00 Sat.-Sun. 1:00 | Always a Double Feature Thursday & Friday 'Ins— SONC-SfMSrlfDI fUH-rtlllDI Also Cartoon YOU SAVE Sic ON THESE tt.aWr3.79 2.98 8,^34,040 We, mad., o very special purchase, so these mually font * .' 9an ' ° r9 yours for m «h '««. The/r. 100% v,rg,n wool wor,f e d, soft lo fovch, warm to wear. See Ihem in white, brighls, pastels and dorks. NEW POUCT.ES 3 ne^ style, O . 7 8 Latest cofow Just arrived—new royon boucles with loti of fcsKor! excitement. Net inserts, dainty scrolt-worV, rh'ne- >»one or moclc pearl tocches. In fuscious fall pai'ef. plus while, eggshell, black. Sizes from 34 l o 40. EXTRA W/'" T T 0?T COLD DAYS i O . 7 O Fall shades for litlle girls Well-mode 100% reprocessed wool cools with matching slacks that give added warmlh. Experily- lailorcd for school or play-wear. In sizes 7 lo 10. Girls' coats in oil-wool fabrics ............. 16.93

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