The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 11, 1946
Page 5
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THURSDAY, JULY 11, 19.16 BIAT11EVILLE (AIlK.y COURIER NEWS Highway Bond Petition Refused EHort to File Came Too Late, Secretary Of State Explains. 1'ITTbK ROCK, July 11. <U1') — Kflorls of o. N. l.awnison of Balesville to file partial petitions placing his $150,000,000 highway bond issue proposal on the general election . ballot, fulled yesterday. 'if Secretary of State C. G. Hall re- Hfiifcd to accept tlie petitions on Hit.' Bi-ounds that the midnight July 3 deadline had passed. l.awrason admitted lie had only a few thousand names on petitions miuirint; 17,840 siBimlnres' for an nilllalecl act. lie requested the lillns Kfli-r hearing Unit sponsors of llircp otlicr moiioscd measures hnd been granted 30 days to file addition;! Hall ruled, however, (lint the other sponsors had filed partial |:i>- litloiis before the- deadline. He wild lie would refuse' to accept the petition until instructed lo do so Irj Attorney General Guy Williams 01 the courts. In his proposal, Ihc Ilalesvilli- inr,n would change the hiijhway refunding act to permit issuing flliU.DOO.- 000 in bonds, the proceeds of i-.hlch would be used for u complete revamping of the state's road nel- \vo.-k. Gov. Ben Lancy has fone on record as opposing issuance of any highway bonds. Lnxon Society—Personal Memphis Milk Price Hiked To 17.5 Cents PAGE mi Wage Dispute May Disrupt M. & A. Service Mrs. E. R. nosan entertained ivltli a luncheon at tlio Peabrxly honoring Mrs. Tlicrc^c Scott of I'orl Smith, Wortliy OMHK! Ma- Uui of tin! Order of the EasSein Star. Hues is were Mrs. K«.ilK'i-!:ip Green of Manila, VMi- U'v C.:;ii:rt Lecturer, M's. Miv.idc iVrbpu of Gllmurc, Hep:T- rrnlitiivc c: Hew >/)•; lo ,-iliitii- sas. Mr.v Goodc Ban I,- iiasl Malion of Osceola Chapter nnd Miss Florence Rush of Lusora. Table decorations were small UnltodStiilCs flag's and miniature shoes ox »ll. nations. * • • •'.•'•• Twelve friends gathered at the home of Mrs. C. B. Wood Saturday lo help her grandson, C .B. HI, celebrate his seventh birthday. Alter games were enjoyed on the lawn, birthday cake and Ice cream wrc served In the dining room. An animal cracker place card marked the place of each guest. Favors were served in the dining room. An and double uub/lc Bum. Tommie Coleman received the prize, a liox of crayons, lor »Inning a contest. • • • The Society of Christian Service nicl at the Mclltodist Church Tucs- 'day afternoon. Seven members were present. Mrs. E. R. Bogaii, vice president. . presided over the bitsl- I ness meeting which was 'opened | by singing "Must I Bear (lie Cross .Alone." Mrs. J. T. Self led the :levotional with prayer and Mis. Bogan gave the meditation. Mrs. Elliott Williams was in charge o( the program and led the lesson on "Women's Status in the Political and ReliKioiis World of Today." I'lie meeting was closed with prayer l>y Mrs. Bob Thomas. Milk distributors In Memphis today were ready to follow Ule lend taken by distributors in the liiy- Ihcvlllc area lust week when tli-ry lipped the price of mllU to include the two-rails ]x>r quart subs'-Jy which the producers had been collecting from the government in the form of a subsidy before tlu dt:<illi of the OPA. A United Press news Item from Memphis recited that distributor.-; In that cily would increase Ihe price two anil one-half In three cents per quart from the present 14.5 cunt level. The Ol'A ceiling on milk hero was 15 cents on June 30. and the price since has jumped three reals, which will still be higher than the Memphis distributors will re'.'civ.!. „ Claims Victory In Mexican Elections HARRISON, Ark. July 11. (UPl --The Missouri and Arkansas Hail- road today faced a strike of trainmen unless satisfactory wage agreements can be reached by (i p. m July 19. A representative of the Railroad Brotherhood. Trainmen said yester- ,£'.' that service would stop at liial Uuic unless the railroad to two wage increases. One would give the trainmen a IG-ccnt hourly increase from Jan. 1, 191IJ. and the oilier provides for an additional 2 cent hourly raise to be cllcetlvc May 22. 10-10. Officials countered willl a r.tate- inent that (lie line could not pa; the requested wage increases, nor could it pay the retroactive, pay employes say is granted them by arbitration. The M. and A. operates SCO miles of track between Joplln, Mo., and Helena, but it still conies in the general category of short lines. Hence, the settlement made by President Hurry Truman somo weeks ago docs not apply to M. and A. employes. About W engineers, 65 trai'.imcn and 200 shopmen will I>c affected if no agreement is reached riud striko is called. Mi.sfiring will result if raw gas- Jiline is permitled to drip down .••vlindcr walls i::to the crankcasc, diluting the oil in the laltcr. Head Courier News Want Ads. IJr. and Mrs. B. R. uogan. accompanied by Mrs. Lillian Alford and Mrs. Ami Stickmoiid of Blythcvillc attended a banquet Monday night at the Emerson Hotel at ParagouUi in honor of Mrs. Thcrcse Scott ol Fort Smith. Worthy Grand Matron of Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. T. L. Stanford had as her Bursts for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Bill Splawn of Memphis and her cousin. Mitv Lou Ann Parse of Batcsvilic, who will remain lor a week's visit. Guests of Mrs. Henry Spann nnrt Miss Florence Rush are their sister. Mrs. Elmo Cnumbell. Mr. Campbell and daughter, Mrs. George Clark McElhcny of St. Louis, Mo. -, Tiicj' left Wednesday for a visil with their sister. Mrs. S. E. S'.- monson, and Mr. Simonson in Ar- kiKlclphin. They will return home by way of Hot Springs for scvera day.s stay. Raymond Williams of Ilumboldt, Tenn., who has just completed a course in cotton classing at the Murdoch Cotton Classing school in r.Lempfils was n guest of his uncle. S. j. smith, ami Mrs; Smith, Wednesday, while en route to his home. Mrs. Allie Spann had as her visitors over the weekend, her daughters. Mrs. w. B. Yanccy of Marianna, Mrs. L^. L. Cox and daughter, Allie Lee of Clarksdale. Miss., Mrs. H. B. Price of Tupelo. Miss., Mr. Yancey, Mr. Cox and Mr. Price and her grandson, Marvin Spann Wilson, and S. C. Ingram of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Price remained until Wcdne:,3ay. Mrs. Will :.ucas or Kilgorc, Texas, arrived Monday for a two weeks visil with her (laughter, Mrs. Harry Stanford, she was accompanied by her son, liilly Lucas and grandson, Kennelli Vine. Mr. Lucas rc- lurned home Tuesday. Mrs. o. T. Shlbley and c-hilciu'-u. George Wayne. Sonja and Frederick, of Copper Hill, Trim., arrived I-Yiday for a visit with Mrs. S'.iibley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George have as their guest n month their daughter, Mrs. John N. Samaha .nid children, John Jr.. June and Larry, f Tuckahoe, N. Y. Mr. atiri Mr.s. Herman Spi'-er ami hildren. Herman. liilly. Richard, mil HoW>y. spent Monday and 'ucsday in Houston, Miss., as '. r .e ucsts of Mrs. Spicer'.s bror;r..T. 31yde Crump and Mvs. 'Crump. ~hey were itccompanicd home by Vlrs. Spicef.s nephew. James Nolan Crump. Billy stopped In Memphis or a visil with Louis lni;ram. Mrs. S. ;. Smith attended the nncLTii services of Daniel J. La'.v- -ie of West Memphis at the Nn- ional Funeral Home in Memphis, Wednesday. Mr.s. Charlie Thomas is in Arka- :lelphia lo attend the wetfding of :ier niece, Miss Tennyson, and visit relatives. (,'ufumbrr Kcally Cooler {cooler than Its binroundlnw. BOIIKNKCTADY, N. Y. (UI>> — Kimpp said lhat In Nejjrtsfc*.* ,y Have you ever wondered how cool R rcc «"ly 'with 'the official ttr t*m--'ti* riinimbcr IsV According to » farm I'faturc 96- degrees- FSh'renhett!" 1 » authority, Halsey B. Kjiapp, dlrcc- ' " 1C ""njwraliirc Inside th cucum- of the New York Stale InsllUili) Aurlcullure, it l s ao Little Rock, Ark., Is the birthplace of Gen. Douglas MacArlhur deposits his vole in Mi-xu-o city, (luring; .Inly 7. Although (lie voles W lll not be counted until Thurwlny. Airman said -rue' conferred a great honor on ,„,, by elect ln t ; me presid( nl " Ihe !«>lls lo eUct a new president and » new c ,mj.-rcss tNl-;A MeMco have Nearly Teleplloto.) :i,OOC,otO people void's went Pope Puts Emphasis on 'Truth' As Basis for All Freedoms rluhl and Ju.sll-.'i'. "Certainly Hie llrst postulale ol 1 such I'l-eetiom l.s to have access to VATICAN CITY, July n. (U.P.) —Pope I'ius today told a group ol American editors dial the. first postulate of freedom of tho press "Is lo have access to the truth." "How often experience has proved that in (he long run good is never served by distortion ol I lie facts," he said. "The world will mil be lilted out of (lie. quagmire of inhuman suffering and injustice in which It Is i.gonixing so lonit as suspicion, distrust and shameful amb.;.-jns conceal the truth from those who arc entitled lo know it for the common good of all." The Pope emphasized the !;pO!islbillly of Ihe press nnd H iid that "freedom of Ihc [ness like any other freedom whether of action or of .speech or thought Is limited. "II docs not allow i man to print what is wrong, whal is knuvn lo be false or wlinl is calculated to undermine and destroy Hie moral and religious fiber c'l Individuals and the peace and harmony of nations. "II should guarantee mnn against being shackled by material or .selfish Interests when lie pursues tile laudable purpose of exposing tho (ruth aud the truth The Pope wild thai "Ihe common people liuve tlielr rights In this mailer." "You genlleiiicn of Ihe press have an honorable vocal ion of vital imporliinee for society," hi said. "Ijivini! up io its dignity am Us OMietlu]', demands yon are h a position lo exercise mi Influenc not fully appreciated by all In I In .solution of the world's Inlrleat aud tragic problems. Our sincere and earnest wish Is dial you measure, up always lo this vocation. And with lids we mi: very hnpgiy io invoke God's bles.slng on you all and your dour ones al home." Once again Dixie Greyhound service is returning to its traditionally fine standards of frequency and convenience—after a period of unavoidable interruption of regular service. We are again pleased to invite you to CALL GREYHOUND for comfortable, economical service to thousands of communities near and far. And remember, too, that finer new buses,' improved tenninal facilities and a host of new bus-travel benefits are on the way. BE TRAVEL mirtY-GO GREYHOUND \ Jackson, SI. Louis, ^' nmarlllo ^ Dallas . El Paso Atlanta . Miss. ... Mo ^ni. Ala. 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