The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1951 · Page 6
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK A rkansas News Briefs— Parlay Cards Slipped into State By New Channels, Downie Says By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ROCK—Football betting cards made their h*r« again this week, but they came In by other than ^channels," said Pulaski Prosecutor Tom Downie. appearance "customary Last week, Downie seized shipments of parlay cards addressed .to persons In Little Rock and Hot Springs when the cards arrived at the airport here. H« said he had maintained a check on the airport and express : ajency this week, but that the cards had arrived here anyway. The 6,000 cards seized last week were from J. H. Hyke of Dallas. Downie said. Stot* Gamblers Mailed Tax Forms - LITTLE ROCK—Olen Godwin, acting U. S. collector of internal revenue for Arkansas, said yesterday he had mailed forms to "known . i»mbl*ra" on which they could apply for registration under Ihe new "; federal tax on gambling. \ Godwin said that not one person had applied for the lorm. Registration will cost a gambler $59 a year. 'Rep. Harris Urges Use of Atom Bomb SI, DORADO—"Use of the atomic bomb would be no more a -moral problem than using powerful explosives on a different scale in warfare," says Arkansas Congressman Oren Harris. Harris urged that the bomb iised to end aggression in Korea in an address to i luncheon club here. Harris said he believed that use ot the bomb probably would be the last for atomic power in war. He said scientific developments ..among nations would make it ''a standoff as with deadly poison gas after World War One." A' Harris said the next 12 montlis probably will determine whether .there will be an all-out war. Tax Collections Mount, Mor/ey Says £ . LITTLE ROCK—Tax collections are continuing to show a steady increase, says Arkansas Revnue Commissioner Dean Morlcy. Collections for October increased more than $1 million, he said yesterday. A total of $6,638,941 was collected in October, compared '. with 1S.8M.292 In October, 1950. Rep. Tacfcett to Tour State for 2 Months HOT SPRINGS—Rep. Boyd Tackett (D-Ark) said here yesterday he planned » two-month tour of the state before deciding whether or not to run for governor In 1952. Majestic Hotel Manager Resigns Job : r. HOT SPRINGS—C. Emmett Karston has resigned as manager' of the Majestic Hotel here to take a job with a west coast food * concern. Karston has been manager of the hotel here since 1851. Spark* Hospital Construction Resumed FORT SMITH—Work on ...the S2 million sparks Memorial Hospital construction job here has been resumed. Construction was halted Oct. n by a walkout of AFL sheet metal Aorkers in a disagreement over the hiring of three non-union workers. OtHer' rn'ember's of 'AFL craft unions supported the sheet metal workers. Transportation Aid Sent to Schools '' LITTLE ROCK—A total of $385,671 in transportation afd'has been distributed to the school districts, the state education department - has announced. AEC-SCC Okays to Develop Arkansas Fields Research Jobs Aim At Industry, Taxes And Tourist Business LITTLE ROCK. Oct. 31. (API — The Arkansas Economic Council State Chamber of Commerce has approved a new program, aimed al action to (urn research into reality Meeting here yesterday, the AEC ,urned over an investigation of Arkansas' economic potentialities and Us to the University of Arkansas Tlie study will be conducted under sn.800 grant by the Carnegii foundation. Hugh B. Patterson Jr.. publishe; of the Arkansas Gazette, was ap pointed chairman ot the research advisory committee, the policy-mak ing body of the project. He succeed Peter P. Watzek. president of Cros sett Industries, who resigned. Six project committees of In AEC-SCC will supervise the research jobs in the fields of taxation, marketing, industrial deveolpment, tourist, development, land use and health and \velfare. A new study, highway planning and administration, was not assigned to any committee. The policy group, instead, will determine the form this research program will take. Major programs approved include: TAXATION—A broard educational program on the Arkansas fax trncture and specific tax problems, nid continued work on a compara- ive analysis of expenditures by state rovernments. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT— An educational program aimed at establishment of a venture capita pool; a statement of criteria for In- dustrilaization of Arkaruu; a itudy of the amount of capital requlrec to equip Arkanni' natural Increaact of population tor th« y«r« 195 through 1960. MARKETING — A program d* signed to encourage the supplying of Arkansas markets with Arkan sai product*: advlM Interested groupt In promoting new agricul tural enterprises; publicize commoi factor! of business success and sum marize -marketing opportunities in Arkansas. TOURIST INDUSTRY DEVEL OPMENT — A project to prepar material for publliatlon by the Ark ansas tourist council; seek uilliza tion ot federal land adjacent to Jed eral reservoirs; Identify places historical 'interest in Arkansas. LAND USE—A study to utiliz college of agriculture research which will outline factors which Influence types of farming, show changes which have occurred in farming, and recommend changes for Improving existing types and systems. HEALTH AND WELFARE — A program to sponsor an Institute on hospital problems for hospital administrators and boards and trus- Enraged Lion C/aws Small Girl to Death MENA. Ark., Oct. 31. (API—The granddaughter of an animal trainer was clawed fatally here last night by an enraged lion. Maria de la Luez was attacked by the animal when she entered its $age, apparently through an unlocked door. Sheriff Hobart Hensley of Polk County reported. The nine-year-old child was traveling with her grandmother. Mrs. Louisa de Campa, an animal iralner for the Campa Brothers' circus. The circus was here for a one-night stand. Mi-s. Be Campa remained behind with the body of Maria pending word from the child's mother. Mrs. Natate Louisa Lucz. Mrs. Luez recently left the show to return to her home in Naco Sonora, Mexico. Dr. Henry Rogers of Mena treated the child at the scene and then ordered her removed to a hospital, where she died about 20 minutes later. Dr. Rogers said the child was clawed at least twice by the lion nice on the left cheek and once at the base of her skull. Sheriff Hensley said Maria apparently had been on familiar terms with the animals. IT'S A BREEZE-With his heroic Gallic chin whiskers ruffled by the breeze, Cpl. Francis Roce, member of a French unit attached to the U. S. Second Division, scons the bloody baltlc- field that was "llearlbreok Ridge." The tough French infantrymen have earned a repu- lalion for fierce bayonet attacks against the Communists. (NEA- Acme photo by Staff Photographer Jim Healy.) Ouachita College Seeking to Regain Rating from NCA ARKADELPHIA, Ark.. Oct. 31, <AP>— A campaign to regain a North Central Association rating for Ovia- chita College has been outlined by the school's board of trustees. • The board, meeting here yesler- dny. recommended, among other things, an extensive building program for the Baptist institution. It aho outlined a five-year plan of general Improvements, including improved buildings and equipment, Phone Stock Sale Approved by PSC Company Official Says $580,000 to Be Spent on Improvement LITTLE ROCK. Oct. 31. fAPI _ The Southwestern stales Telephone Co., was authorized yesterday to sell 62.500 shares ol common stock al not less than $13 per share by the lude five adltional toll ctrwtte b»- ween Stuttgart and D«\VHt; »*H- fonal switchboard at D«Wltt; a new switchboard Motion at Brigand; t!9,850 for outside plant work at Pocahohtas. The company, which haj headquarters at Brownwood, T«*,, operates exchanges at Almyra Bayo« Meto. Bradford, Cabol, Carlisle, Corning. DeValls Bluff, DM Are, Hazen, Humphrey, Irnboden, Jacksonville. Judsonla Kensett, Marma- dnke. McRae, Plggott, Rector, St. Charles and Ward. beautifying the campus and adding _ Ark n lisas Public Service Commisto the faculty. ] ston. The athletic program also would At a hpai '" l »- D T - Strickland he revamped. A committee will he! v ^. e . pr ? slden A.°!_* hc company, tes named to study the entire athletic set-up. Construction jobs recommended by the board include a boys' cEorni- iloiy find an administration building to replace Old Main, destroyed by ttfled that $580.000 will be spent to improve its service in Arkansas during 1951 and About the same amoun next year. Strickland said the Stuttgart ex change will be converted from a tire'two^Wrs"aVorNoT-nV*HaVl'. "^" ual to a cllal 5 ^ stetu Rll(I ^»t building to house the new facilities will be built belore he end of the yenr. Other improvements planned In- Why Have StomachDbtress After Meals? , a boys' dormitory, also would \x remodeled. A favorable rating from the North Central Association of rolleges and! secondnry schools enables students from an approved school to tranbfer credits to another approved school. Ouachita lost its NCA approval some lime ago. ees. Aid in disseminating findings ,f the Arkansas mental health sur- •ey when released; experiment tntrolls to public inspection, but they me of two mountain counties to are still closed in Arkansas. Arkansas Welfare Rolls Still Closed LITTLE: ROCK, Oct. 31. i.-iv- Fedeml law has opened welfare the Federal Security Agency Dallas or from Washington. al FIRST CHOICES! Mother- determine If the university and or- lanizations could aid communities n helping elderly and handicapped persons to be rfiore nearly self-supporting. The office of Mrs. Henry Bethell, state welfare commissioner, indicated that public access to the rolls will be delayed until Instructions are received from the regional office of the Modern Way- To glre voirr child acplrJn! Orange /la- vorod. tablets 'i ndult doae. Bjiy II now! ST.JOSEtH • JSf.lH • Beware Coughs Following Flu After ihe flu is over and gone, the cough that follows nr.iy develop into chronic bronchitis if neglected. Creomulsion relieves promptly hecaust it goes right to ihe seal of ti.e trouble lo help loosen anil expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender,inflamed bronchial menihranes. No matter how many medicine* you have tried Creomulsion ii guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money. Creomulston has stood, ihe test of many millions of users. CREOMULSION Ck-rt Cd*, Acut* Bic Some of ui have stomach ctntrcM tfttt meals became favorite foodi cause acid indigestion. It's no: ntcesiiry, you know. Millions of Amerlcini prevent the p*m of snur siomach ...gai.. .heartburn hf eating I or 2 Tumi after niralr, ot whenever dimes! occun. You will h«vt low ore fun eating favorite foodi and Ozork Contractor Given Six Months OZAMC, Ark., Oct. 31. -former biark contractor. Orlen J. Lewin. h«» been convicted of disposing of mortgaged property. The jury fixed punishment for Lewis at silt months Imprisonment. •'• Lewis was being tried today on t charge of larceny by bailee. Lewis, a former contractor for clearing land at the Hulah Dam jit« neur B«rt!esvllle, okla., was K|)nYicted yesterday of selling trucks -tnd - other equipment on which -mortgages were held. - Aristotle was the first philosopher to conceive of reasoning Itself as -the definite lubject of » special science. BLYTHEVILLE WAREHOUSE CO. Highway 61 Phon* Dans The Man! Honest Sober Progressive DAN BLODGETT FOR MAYOR Ask the Business Man Thh Ad F»ld for by nan Blodgett! Double Surprise for a lot of folks E VERY time we publish the price of a Buick, it seems to surprise a lot of people, because they, come in and tell us so. They just can't believe that so little money buys sucli a lot of car —but it's a fact, as the prices published here will prove. And that brings us to the second surprise— which is how much power and performance—how much comfort and room —what a long list of standout engineering features you get for the price. Take power. You'll find that no other car at the price of the Buick SPECIAL pictured here delivers the horsepower you get from its high-compression, valve-in-hcad Fireball Engine. Take com fort. The best thing to do is try the deptli of its seats —their width—and the headroom you get in this Buick SPECIAL, and judge for yourself. Take the ride. This Buick has big soft coil springs on every wheel, plus the solid firmness of a torque- tube keel —and the way this combination smothers the bumps is something that's hard lo match in cars costing a thousand dollars more. Take the way it steers. Buick engineers have given this light- handling beauty n special "front- end geometry" that almost does the steering for you —even brings the front wheels back to a straight line when you come out of a turn. And you can.add to all this Dynaflow Drive*—that puts magic smoothness into every mile you drive —and practically repays its extra cost by the way it protects the whole driving mechanism, and by the dollars it adds to trade-in value. So if you have been hoping, some day, to own a Buick—what's holding you back? If you can afford any new car—better come in and see us now. LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK CO. Walnut & Broadway 24 Hour Service Dial 4555

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