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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PACE SIX BLri'HEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER THURSDAY, MAY 1, 195J Nine More Candidates File for State Senate LITTLE ROCK IB — Nine more candidates for the state Senate qualified to seek Democratic nomination in this summer's primary as the ballot was closed out yesterday. And one vetera, senator, L. Weems Trusscll of Pordyce, withdrew from the 16th District senate race to seek election to the House int It elected, the speakershlp. Eep. William I. Purefoy of Cam- deu also withdrew as a candidate for the senate In (he 12th District to file for nomination to the attorney general's office. The nine candidates who beat the deadline Included Sen. Orover C. Robins Hails Pine Ruling On Steel LOUISVILLE, Ky. If/— Dr. R. B. Robins of Camdcn, Ark., yesterday hailed a federal court ruling that President Truman's seizure of the steel Industry was Illegal as a decision to restore "American's faith In democracy." Shortly after Robins was interviewed, a u. S. Court of Appeals stayed the lower court's order, and restQred the steel mills to the government until the case can go to the Supreme Court tomorrow. "This dclston (the lower court's) should restore the faith of Americans in democracy," said Dr. Robins, Arkansas Democratic National Commltteeman. "Dictatorship could come very suddenly upon us if this seizure were not challenged. Socialism could come by presidential edict rather than by legislation." Dr. Robins, who also Is president of the American Academy of General Practice, addressed n meeting of the Kentucky Academy of General Practice. CIO Pickets Patrol Lion Oil Plant EL DORADO, Art, Ml — CIO pickets patrolled two big plants here today as the national ol! strike jpread to the Lion Oil Company's mammoth chemical plant. Some 600 members of the Oil Workers International Union struck last night at 11, just two hours after they had rejected Lion's offer for a settlement of their wage dispute. The strikers Joined 350 unionist* at Pan-Am -Corporation's refinery who struck early yesterday In compliance with a national walkout order. Negro Files for Delegate ToDemocraticConvention HOPE, Ark. w>_The first Negro to seek a public or party post here In several years has filed as candidate for delegate to the Hempstead Democratic County Convention. He Is E. D. Douglas, a school teacher. Burmese Chickens Not Healthy, Expert Says ROME «1 — Chickens in Burma need vitamin pills to survive, a United Nations expert says. Ian W. Kelton, Food and Agrl- cullural Organization veterinarian has found that the high mortality rate among fowl in that country and a generally run-do\vn condition among survivors are due to a lack of vitamin content in the poultry diet. He said that "It appears that fear of contagious diseases arid a parasitic infestation keeps the birds in small runs which contains no natural feedstuff." The birds should spread out and forage for food. Carries of Stuttgart, who filed for Position No. 1 In the- 26th District (Monroe, Lee. Phillips and Arkansas Counties). He will be opposed by Sen. James P. Baker Jr., of West Helena. Other Candida tea Other last-day senatorial candidates: James Bowles of Keiser for Position No. 1 In the 3-sen.ilor 24th District, composed of Mississippi, Craighead and Poinsctt Counties. His opponents arc Ben. J. Leo Beardcn and Henry K. Hoyt. both of Leachville and William H, Wyalt of Dlythevllle. James Henry of niack Oak for Position No. 2 in Ihe 24lh District. Doug Bradley and Marvin Melton also have filed for the job. Louis: G. Minton of Harrlsburg for Position No. 3 in the 24th Dis- trlct. John S. Mosby of Lepanto and Fred H. Stafford of Marked Tree are seeking the post. Van Hayes of Benton for Position No. 1 in the IHh District (Cinrland, Saline, Hot Spring and Clark Counties). Sen. Edwin Cash of Mnlvcrn and Carl Browning of TCcmton filed previously. Texarkana Man riles Laury Wiiburn of Tcxaiknnn in the 8th District (Miller ami Lafayette Counties) ngiiinsl Jack V. Clark and Russell Lee Crmer. both ol Texarkana. Phlrd Pharis of Little Roc-k (or Position No. I In the 15th District of Pulaskt County. Sen. Max llowe-ll and Dr. Edwin N. Barron. both of Little Rock, are his opponents. M. P. Watts of Harrison in the 9th District (Koonc. Baxter. ion, Newton and Searcy Countless. Other candidates are Sen. Ernest Nicholson of Harrison, Roy W. Mtlum of Harrison and O.T.TIppit of Pyalt. C. E. Bell of Parkin for Position No. 2 In the 25th District (Cross. Crittenden and St.Francis Counties). He opposes Carroll (Dull) Durham of Wynne and Sen. Lamar L. Rodders of West Memphis. Five Run for (Invcrnor There will be only five candidates, for the gubernatorial nomination, as North Little Rock Auto Dealer Dutch O'Neal failed to qualify. They are Oov. McMnth. .seeking a third term; Attorney Jack Holt of Little Roc-k: Atty. Gen. Ike Murry; Rep. Boyd Tnckett of Nashville, and Chancellor Francis Cherry of Joncsboro. Five candidates will seek (he post vacated by Ally. Qen. Ike Murry. They are Clib Barton of Ft.Smith. Paul Johnson of Monticollo. Him Reed, Lonoke, Tom J. Gentry. Llllle Rock, and Purifoy. Incumbent Claude Rankin also will have opposition for the office of land commissioner. Ira J. Golden ot Little Rock nnd C. C. Smith of Russellvllle bol| i qualified yesterday. Nclll Reed paid his ballot (<v in opposition to Chief Justice Griffin Smith of the state Supreme Court. Last man to qunllly was Paul Chambers of Helena for the parly Job of Democratic National Coni- mitteeman. Rabic Rhodes of Harrison, Noble Gill ot Blylheville and Dan Cowling Jr.. n University of Arkansas student, also are seeking the Job vacated by Dr. R.B.Robins of Camden. Arkansas News Briefs— Foul Play or Amnesia Feared As Paris Man Disappears PARIS, ARK. M*(— A Paris builDesunan mlMlnj ilnct Tuesday bu been found dead. The body of John Knox, 54, a partner In the Hliton- Knox flrolkr anrt Ferd Co., wu found In the woodi on Mt. Macazlne, 21 miles soulh or Parts, by two tiEhUern lut night. His wrists had been sluhed. Lojaji County Sheriff Fete Carter said Knox had laken his own life and that no Inquest would be nctessnrj-, By The Auwclatcd Pr«« PARIR-A 50-year-old Paris businessman has disappeared from Ills home here and police fear he may be B victim of loul play or amnesia. Sheriff Pete Carter said John Knox, a partner In Hlxson-Knox Broiler anrt Fccrt Company, was last seen Tuesday morning as he was driving riway from his buslncvs house. Knox. a former Little Rock resident, Is married but has no children. Ho was described as 5 feet. B Inches tall, weighs about 185 pounds and has gray hair. Tuck Bishop Bound Over in Court TOOEDE, Utah—Tuck Bishop, a fugitive from the Arkansas state prison farm, was hound over here yesterday to District Court on a first degree murder charge. Under the unme ol Cart B. Anderson, Bishop is accused of the fatal shooting of two biinkhou.se mates at an Ophtr, Utah, mine camp April 5. His court-appointed attorney said Bishop likely would be arraigned on the charge May VI. Bishop failed to return after a Christmas furlough from the Arkansas penitentiary last Jan. 1. He was serving a life sentence for the slaying or two of four men he shot down on a Springdale. Ark street In 1943. '^Arkansas May Get $32,956 in Federal Funds WASHINGTON—The State of Arkansas will receive $32,056 if Congress approves legislation ta prevent any state from losing Federal funds for agricultural extension activities as a re.sult of 1050 census shifts in farm population. The House Agriculture Committee approved the legislation yesterday. CongroM appropriated $555.000 annually for the extension work. Read Courier News clasi IMeri Ads. State Strawberry Report Issued FAYE-ITEV1LLE — Arkansas strawberry report for Horatlo-De- Qwen area: Weather clear and hot; hauling light; demand good; market steady. Prices to growers 2-1 crts Blakcmores: US No. 1 $0.00. US Comb 58.00. US No. 2 $7.00. Ungraded S9.00. Shipments: Truck, one fourth car. McMoth, Johnson Give Conflicting Reports on Letting Rood Contracts LITTLE ROCK W>-A statement hy Oov. McMath on the letting of contracts for the new highway pro- si am I his year apparently conflicts with an earlier announcement by Cliit-1 Highway Engineer AH Johnson. MrM.ith said yesterday that "at least $16 million of the new S22 million highway program will be Probate Clerk Appointed let this year-- 1 Johnson said- last Sunday that only Sfl million of the program would he put under contract this year. The Governor said "all the work !h.iL wns programmed prior to the last program will be let, within the next 60 days." Johnson commented following McMath's statement that, "we will I first have to clean up the projects! In the previous program." He .said about S6 million worth of these Jobs! were left to place under contract. LITTLE ROCK f/P| — Gov. Mc- Malh has appointed Mrs. Reilf White of Morrillon to serve until Jan. 1 as Conway County Probate Clerk. She succeeds Ansel Swain, who resigned. Read Courier News Classified Ad; ^?' ;> ••'•'•'"^-^ I tttOHWM... %. A SHADE BETTER \ CANVAS -AWNINGS' i From ever)' standpoint— ] t coolness, comfort, protec-! : lion, beauty, economy,! f wide personal choice of [;. color, there is no substi- ; <ute for Canvas Awnings. : We give you expert service, and the assurance of permanent satisfaction. '• Estimates made without obligation. i AUSTIN-WICKER Paint, Glass & Wallpaper 112 S. First Phone 6207 WHAT W YG FOR IN A BOURBON IN GLENMORE 5156 • '/, I'm' (Plus Sales TJX) HERE'S WHY... 1. 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