The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 14, 1947
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FACT six Bl/YTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Nine Arkansans 1 i- ^ v Die Violently Grady Child Victim • Of Flaming Gasoline; •'Traffic Toll Heavy , <By United Tress) At-'least five persons, three of theth" children under 10 years ol «ge, died in traffic nnd other acci- dehts f in Arkansas over the weekend. Funeral services were lieltl today lor Douglas H. Bitely, four-yenr,- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kuox W. Bitely of Grady. The youngster died to.a Pine Blurt hospltnl yesterday of burns received when a can of gasoline exploded at the Bitely home Thursday. At England another four-ycnr-old child will be burled today following her death Saturday. Nancy 1. •Hpbson,'daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Glen Hobson of Ferda, was killed wh,e» she fell beneath ft moving truck near her home. The third child to meet death was F. L. Thomas, Jr., 10-yenr-olcl Negro, who ran Into the path of n car., driven by Rebert Gruuy of Wynne, near Forrest City yesterday. Coroner J. S. Parker of St. Francis County said the accWent was unavoidable. In Little Rock, John Hill, a Memphis Negro, faces charges of negligent homicide following the death of Crittic .Wesson, 65-year-old Little Rock merchant-policeman. Wesson died yesterday of injuries received .when his car collided head- on with a. truck driven by Hill. At Brinkley the body of Alfred F. Lyle is being returned to Houston, Tex., for burial afler it was found In n watar-nlled roadside ditch jestcrday. Officials said Lyle apparently fell asleep while driving. His car overturned twice before rolling off the road. Meanwhile, the bodies of four Leola, Ark., men arc being returned by plane following a fatal accident near Omack, Wash., yesterday. The jfour men, visiting in • Washington, died when their car left the road on a curve. They were Regal Owens 23; Truman Dial. 19; Kenneth Brashears, 24; and S. L. Kelsler. MONDAY, JULY 14, 1947 Pope Pius Views Television Set Pope Pius XII, IOIIR iio'lctl for kcepliif? iij) with the tt lies, gets Mis first cloficiip view of a television set at \ demonstration In the Hall of Consistory in Vatican City. He will use the set to receive ft specie!'broadcast, from a new church near Rome. (Exclusive NUA Radio-Tclephoto by Albert Blasclli.) Face on the Baldhead Dome Four in Tennessee Drown When Boat Sinks SCOTT HILL, Tenn., July 14. (U.P.)— Funeral services will be held this afternoon for four persons drowned . when small ' boad capsized while fishing an the Tennessee River near shallow Bluff. Services were to he held for Odra R. Holmes. 29; K. E. Holmes. Jr., 21; Malcolm L. Scott, 20- and Bay stanflll, a. A fifth member of the party, Taylor Slanfill. ; sv.-am to shore. He said the boat capsized .Saturday when one of Its occuunnls attempted to crJnk ilic outboard motor. Faces Murder Charge MARIANNA, Ark., July 14. (UP) —Mrs John Chitty todfy faces a first degree nuirdcr charge in connection with the death of her husband at their home last July 6. Her, trial has been .sut for the •fall ; term ;qf circuit, court. Soil Conservation Benefits Studied By Louisianians CA7JOT. Ark.. July M. (UP) — Louisiana bankers and soil conservation men will visit Sylvanla near here this week to learn how the 111- ! Five Grounds For Evictions Enumerated Five grounds for the eviction of Icnants are recognized in the JM>IV Federal Housing and Rent Act, accordlnj: to C. A. Cunningham, rent director for the Hlylhevillo Area. So long as the tenant pays his regular rent, the new law rccos- nl/.cs only the following grounds for eviction: (1) Violation of the obligation of. le'iiiimv. i.'onuiilltlim n nuisance, istnj! the property fir Illegal or in- I moral purixises, or usln? the pro- I licrty for other than living tiuar-' ters. I 12) The landlord himself wants to live in the pro|>eily. 13) The landlord sells the property to someone who wants to live in H. , 14) The landlord wants to make accessary Improvements, or to replace the property with some' new property, and such improvement or conversion cannot practically foo done with the tenant In occupancy. '5> The tenant occupies 11011- lioiisekccphiK, furnished, quarter:, within a single duelling, Die remaining portion of which Is occupied by the landlord or his Immediate family; the only grounds under tlie law on which the landlord may evict a tenant. And in No. 2 No 3. unless the landlord or pu/- chascr must wish to occupy the property himself; he cannot evict a tenant to move In a relative or Iriend. Actually, to evlc; p. tenant on one or more of the above grounds, the cut his case to Blazing His Way through College f ' ' • '*' ' ^^f*** ^%9HEttHM I n^RHBMHVra%tt'*?&i*M<v^e<*»*M*«w*M, here during the past week Included: Charles L. Harker of Wynne, in a Piper cub; M. T. Bond ol Little Rock, Piper Cub; C. F. Phillips a, tvansville, Ind., Cessna; P. s., Giuidcrlncli of Belleville, JIL, stln- son; Ray Latham, Jancsvillc, wls , BT-13; H. L. Gray, Ft. Worlli. Tex., Luscombc; Byron Bishop Cardwcll, Mo., Luscombe; G. L Moore, Little Rock, Fairchild; Dr. and Mrs, H. T. Kirltpalrlckj Pan- n-Siille. Fla,, Bellanca. . Secretary Snyder was f Jown hera in a -Lockheed Lodestar i>y Lt. Commander c. W. schub of Wosli- n. C. He returned loWash- ', Friday. Slndcnls have been working their \ray tlirou.'!ii college for years with many mid jobs, but Maurice Nuvairc rtios" firc-nln- V -i way to pay his tuition. Here Navarre is shown R oin R thrnuah llie act he per/onus al carnivals near UK Ani-eles, where he is enrolled in the Univcrsily of Southern California ~; nt 5IS an acre now Is selling nt $100. The community improved Its pastures nnd shifted from row crops to dairying witli milk production estimated at $3,500 a day. Heading the. group will be Allen After being fined $30 for shaving; off his beard during Iho Lalte Cily, Wash,, Pioneer Days celebration, Justice of the Peace Dell I«impman thought he could heat the rap by becoming Iwo-fnccil. Mrs. Ltimpman painted a second face un liis bald s[)ol, but'liic court ruled him in error, and the fina sluclc. the Louisiana Bankers Association. ^Restaurant Men Study Quality of Their Coffee CHICAGO (UP)—Tlic restaurant Industry is ttiking a long hard lock at tlic coffee it serves. The National Restaurant Association has joined with the Pan American Coffee Bureau and the National Coffee Association j n a survey or coffee brewing equipment and methods of making ami serving coffee in restaurants. The organizations also will survey cuL'omer's preferences in coffee service. Results of the search will be used to establish minimum specifications for coffee-brewing equipment. Coal Company Sends Its Bosses to School CLEVELAND (TJP)-The H.nna Coal Co. wants supervisory en:^ of Opelousas, president of ploycs to be educated and if they ..... " "'"" " ' " aren't the company sends them to school. Since few of Its bosses were able to attend high school or- college. Ihe company sends them to adult classes. Late this spring they will te awarded a giant letter "E" to siunify improved "experience am) efficiency." Average n<;c of the students is 41. They arc taught by regular high school instructors, studying English, public spooking and history. Hntina pays the tuition. Denies Report Marriage Licenses Marriage Licenses have ocen issued to the •following couples bv the County Clerk's oltice in Ccctola: •-.... David H. Tauber of Chlcwo aiul ;cona Yartiro of Chicago; Morris I. Mcatlc, of Povtascvilie, Mo., ud .Mary E. Keith, of >Portage- ille, Mo.; Criirks H. Lynn, of adiicah, Ky., nnd Virginia M. Sin- lair, of Pariuci'-h; Jack Rakeslraw. f Osccola ami Lore?: Austin, of Oscco'.-i; J. H. •WhitU'.kcr, of Os- eoln., mwl Mrs. Donald Hudson, ren. o; Uct:ton. till.; Herbert U E.'- lison, of Joiner, and Eva Mae Morcl.-uul. of Joiner; 'Martin Wiland Huth 11 uv- . Richard UorrLs, of lElj'llicVir.e, nr.d Ruhy Inez Ca- liams. «t Kc-iscr; son. of Wilsun; Retired MidSouth Fair Manager Dies JONESBOO. Ark.. Jtilv M. -UP) —Frank D. Fuller. 7>J, secretary- manager, or the MlriSantli Fair :\t Memphis from 1DOD ui 1<)3», died nl noon here yesterday. i; c retired in 1038 when he moved to joncs- boro. . PCS.'of Chiaipo; Tom .T. Held, of: „ Center, Mo., nnrt Hcbb:c LnciHo! Sc ^viccs will be held this ufler- Ovier, of Blyl.hevillc: Jack O. White, of M:ini!a, and Gertie H'.vcs, of Louisville, Miss. Richard J. Kv.t>b!ock. of St. Louis and Evelyn Marie Iximjcncckcrt. of St. l.cuir,; R. I,. THrdsno of Liixoru and Mixry Sheppnrd. of Luxora; Jciin g. Bnrnrs, of nvess iinrt_R\iliy Earl iB.irncs. of 1 f nworn; Robert V. Griffin, of "" rtr '» y , EarlrlB - lv » l - s - ° r IVr.w; Sowie, Tex., and day Lois Davis. ??• E ' flr ; lc i v •<" Mrric and Ethel f 'Gideon, Mo.: and !3crt Tippcy. r - u " 1: "> »' Lenanlix noon. Fuller is survived and a daughlpr. Mrs, \v. c Sloan both of Joncsboro. v.ifc Searcy School Burns; Cause of Fire Probed SEARCY. Ark.. July 14. (U.P.1 — Firemen today arc examining the ruins of the .Searcy grammar school to determine the cause of yesterday's S40.BOO blaze. Firemen were called to nut ix fire in a pile of hmibcr near the bniliiiiifj early Sunday and were recalled when a bla« was discovered on the roof of Uui building ih:;c hours later. Minister Sails Airport News Activity al Blythevillc's Municipal-Airport was at high pitch with the ivtanphis contingent known :ia the Oiiwn Patrol arriving yesterday for a. breakfast i-.nri S?ct'ctary of the Treasury John W. Snyder making an appearance on Wednesday. O. i,. iwoorc. CAA !napc:Vir fiam Little Rock, arrived Tliursdny io give examination.™ for private i;cenFCS to Je3',i> Wright of K-iniclt. Mo., and Ralpa Johnson of Blylhcvillc. Hotli the Ii c-al flyers re-:e:v'c'I their licenses. C. V. ScbauEh was flown to St. Louis Saturday where he got his new Nnvion which was delivered! there. Hood Flying Service purchased Mr. Sebaugh's cc.i-aia ZHIIE Hall Hr.iv two passengers from Steele, Mo., to Flint, Mich, yesterday in a Cub Cruiser and is expected to return today. It has been announced that. a. movie will be shown tonight at the ground school in Hangar No i The movie is entitled "Ice Foriua"- tion on Aircraft" and will b, 1 shown primarily for slmlojits but, all interested -parties are Invited Io attend. Hicks Yarbrough, Hood instiuct- or, has announced that (intlriway for the moving of the grass strip next to the 'inmp to enable students and pilots to make sod landings. , Transient pilots wiio MEN WANTED Who can fiiini.sli A-l references, to train for managerial positions in Northeast Arkansas, for .large sales organization jir.l opening in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee. You will go Ihrcugh a training period, 'during which time you will us paid while under constant supervision. Apply Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, between the hours of 10 a. in. and 2 p. ni., to Mr. J. H. Bales, Hotel Noble. ' LITTLE ROCK. July 14. (UP1-- A Little Rock Baptist minister will sail Thursday from-New .York 16 attend the Daplist World' Congress at Copenhagen, Denmark, opening July 20. He IB the ncv. W. O.,Vaught. Jr.. pastor of the Iiumanuel Baptist Church. DeSoto. 111., and Frances Drench, of Ardmovc, Frank Manning, of D'.iu^oln. lil.,1 j, lr ' n t l Gearldino Roberts, of Alton,I y :i!.; Donnki T. Colcii'ian. of Min- imi Point, Mo., and Mary T.on honl'.s. of Leadwocd. M-.I.: Sidnv.v E. Wilson, of Cnpe Oirardcaii, Mn.. Donna June Heuby, nf Cap^ Girnrdoiu. Mo.; Roy ncs.<;, of Sikcston. Mo, and P«i;'ine Babb, of Essex, ! Mo.: iDon 'Pulley, of West Frankfort, III., anrt Patricia Harper, of Ina, Til. Glenn M?Ciintork, of West, Frar.Ufort, 111., and Jeanne Vv't'.r- Siraiice iMililarj- Order ? straiiges!. official iirdcr of Civil War. Issttc.-i bv Gen. f; C.rant. ordered Ueiileu- '•t:t Wi;:kfiir:d, who .Ird ealen eryllims in Mrs. SclviclBC's Iwr.n exrer.:. a pinrpkin pie, to return tlicre with an escort of 10D cavali- :iiul "cat th:it ]>ie" Special Tuesday 75oi Hot Sauce Hot Rolls-Butter Barbecued Spare Ribs HOTEL NOBLE COFFLE SHOP Senator Bourke Hickenlooper ( Iowa, chairman of the joint Cor grcssional Atomic Energy Commil i te*, pages through committee re; ords, after announcing that his* committee "has no reason to be-' ~—Micve" that important secret papers have been stolen, despite an announcement bv a New York newspaper, <NEA Tclephoto.) POISON WY , A U. S. GOVERNMENT BUREAU REPORT tnnounces The discovery ot \ M new tannic acid treatment for iv>- | j»iaoning*. 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