The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 20, 1949
Page 3
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1949 Many Veterans Attending School Adult Education Program in B. H. S. Enrolls 304 Pupils A peak enrolment, 3W students, marking an increase cl 45.8 per cent over registration figures for previous Joars, has been announced by C. W. Elsler, director, in the veterans training program at the Blythcvllle High School. •Mr. Slsler said thai the methods of conducting the program-in "Blytheville had received recognition in the Federal Department of Education In Washington, and that he had J>een requested to send a detailed Hf}iwrfc on the program. Mr. Staler said that the courses being offered ranged from elementary and secondary education through special professional training. He stated that all Instructors In the professional fields were cratts- . men In that particular field and had had previous experience in adult education. The course Is available to non- veteraiu, as we! as veterans, for a small fee. At present one course is made up completely of non-veterans, with busines peech and English being taught. Social Hygiene Club fleets at Harrison High \ Gene Henton was elected chairman of the Social Hygiene Club of the Harrison High School at a club meeting yesterday. Other officers include: Rudolph Taylor, secretary; John Eddie Phillips and Jetlie D. Rice, book committee; Lafate Wilson, Carl Tate and Willie D. Harris, posture and literature committee; Gene Henlon, George Johnson and Clarence Butler, press publicity coramlttocmen; Lavell Rush and Alberl Taylor, finance committee; Carl Tate, Charles Hodge. Lcgrant Regenal and NathHiiial. Richardson, program commitleemen; Jodfe N'ixon, An- iflrew Wshlngton, and Kennely Pet- "tifirew, social committee members. The club is supervised by Robert Wiley. While Operating Stilt LITTLE ROCFC. Oct. 20. //P> - Alcohnl Tnx Unit, ChlcT Rex Hnvei fMosn't brtiev* there 5»rr, any exclusive masculine professions any He said that Mrs. Eva Irene T.imsfornY 43. arid Mrs. 'Pat, May TVIres, 40. were arrcstrrt while on- er* tins a moonshine still near Rti- In"H. Ark. . - '• . ' : • .'vrV'.' 1 . "Tlmv wern firing iio the stilt bv fiinmsclvns when arrested bv A«"»n1 Hobert Tavlor." he reported. T women were, nrrnlsnp'd here tnri:., and released \mder bonds of $75[ each. ' BLYTHEVn.LE (ARE.) ' COURIER NEWS ORDINANCE NO. SOT '. AN ORDINANCE TO PKEVENT IIRIVI.NC, OK VEHICLES UPON -IONEfiR'S MEMORIAL PARK, TO PREVENT 1) A M A G E TO 'LOWERS, TREKS OR SHRUB- BERV IN PIONEER'S MEMORIAL PARK, TO PKEVENT ATHLETIC CONTESTS OR GAMES IN PIO- NEEIt'S MKMOKIAL PARK, TO PKEVENT THE DESTRUCTION OF GRASS, SHRUBBERY', TREES OR PROPERTY UPON PIONEER'S MEMORIAL PARK AND FOR OTHKR PURPOSES. BE IT Oli!)Al\EI) AND ENACT- n BY THE CITY COUNCIL OK BLYTIIEVILLK, ARKANSAS: 1. That, tliat area In the City of Blytheville formerly known as the Old Cemetery and bounded on the North by Chlckasaivba Avenue and on the South by Walnut Street, on the East by Lot Five (5), Block Three (3), Davis Second Addition to me City of Blytheville and 'on the West by Lots One (1) and Ten (10>, Block Nine (9), Chtckasawba Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas Is hereby designated as Pioneer's Memorial Park. 2. That it shall be, and it is hereby declared to be, unlawful for any person to drive any automobile, truck or other vehicle on to any part of said Pioneer's Memorial Park. 3. That it shall be ,and it Is hereby declared to be, ^unlawful for any person to ride any bicycle or scooter on to any part of said Pioneer's Memorial P.irk except on the concrete sidewalks surrounding arid bisecting said Park. 4. It shall be, and it is hereby declared to be unlawful for any person to commit any nuisance upon Pioneer's Memorial Park. 5. It shall be. and it is hereby declared to be, unlawful for any person to throw any rubbish, trash, garbage, waste matter, tin cans or paper on to Pioneer's Memorial Park. 6. It shall be, and it is hereby declared to be, unlawful for any person, to cut, break, take, or carry away any flowers, plants or shrubbery or trees glowing on Pioneer's Memorial Park. 7. That it shall be, and It is hebery declared to be, unlawful for any person to engage In any athletic contests, to play football, Softball, baseball, marbles or any - other games or to practice for any football, baseball, Softball, track or tennis or to engage In any form of athletic activ- FOR ATHLETES FOOT USE T-4-L BECAUSE IN ONE HOUR Y«< MUST b« pleased or your 40e back »t f» «j'"» ''"/«• Apoly FULL STRENGTH lor ithleUi fool. r. o. ««t odor), itchy 01- iwejty feet. 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It shall be, and It Is hereby declared to be, unlawful for any person to break, deface, remove or destroy any monument, any stone marker, sidewalks, guide posts or (cueing on Pioneer'* Memorial Park, v : . Thai it shall be, and It is hereby declared to be, unlawful for any person to plncc or erect any.sign or billboard upon Pioneer's Memorial Park. " . '• • 10. Where the word "person" ta used in this Ordinance 11 shall mean any pcrson.vjirm or corporation. Any'person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof »h«H b. fined t sum not less Dun'$1.00'aor more than $50.00. . '•• , K for any reason any portion of this Ordinance »hall be held to bo invalid such Invalidity shall In no affect the remaining portions PAGE THBBB valid portion shall remain in full fores and effect. 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