The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 2, 1952
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FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952 Arkansas News Briefs— Hot Springs Man Is Accused Of Using Mails to Defraud By The Associated Prew HOT SPfUNGS-Edward Kay of Hot Sprinss has been charged by U. S. Commissioner Elmer Tacket with "using the United states mails to defraud." Kay pleaded not guilty to the charge in a preliminary hearing held here yesterday. Tacket bound Kay over to the Federal Grand Jury. He also pleaded not guilty to an information filed in Garland County Circuit Court by Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Richard Hobbs. It charges Kay.with "violation of the state pure food and drug act." Kay is president of the Yale Pharmacy Company. Reynolds Metals Okays Purchase of Land ARKADELPHIA — The purchase of 800 acres of laud at Gum Springs. Ark., has been authorized by the Reynolds Metals Co. for its new 35-million dollar aluminum plant. II. W. McMilllan, Arkadelphia attorney, said he had been notified by Reynolds that a contract for Hie moving of dirt at the plant site will be awarded May 8. Little Rock Airman Rescued from Gulf TARPON SPRINGS. Fla.—Airmail Second Class Howard E. Gann, 21, of Little Rock, wns one of seven airmen rescued from a B-29 that crashed In the Gulf of Mexico. Seven are missing from Uie plane crashed during low level gunnery practice yesterday. Gann. son of Mrs. Aurela Gann, 516 Harrington, was treated at a hospital for minor injuries. The plane wns from MacDill Air Force Base at Tampa. Arkansas Strawberry Report FAYETTEVILLE-Arkansas strawberry report for Horatio area- Weather partly cloudy and warm; hauling light; demand good*< market slightly stronger. Prices to growers 24 crates blakemores. V. S. No. 1 $9.50. U. S. Comb 58.50. V. S. No. 2 $7.00 to $7.50. Ungraded $9.00 to 58.00. Korea Not Been in Vain, Says Dr. Ralph University FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. 1*1 — Dr. Ralph Bundle, famed Negro Nobel Peace prize winner and delegate to the United Nations, said in a speech here* that "the Korean fight- Ing has not been in vain." Dr. Bunche spoke before an overflow crowd in the Student Union ballroom at the University of Arkansas last night. Speaking: as a representative of the UN. . Dr. Bunche pointed oul there are no aggressor troops now on the Republic of Korea (South Korea) soil. He said "the Korean fighting has bo.?n a success because aggression was checked by collective notion." At the. conclusion of his speech on the Korean situation, Dr.Bunche attacked American racial policies. He said, "I believe alt t h e American Negro asks is that he be treated like any other citizen, as an' individual on the basis of AP&L Appeals Mill Judgments LITTLE ROCK to) — Arkansas Power and Light Company has appealed to the Arkansas Supreme Court from Judgments totaling S256.893 awarded against it in connection with a fire which destroyed a Craighead County rice mill. The plant of the Northern Rice Mill bumed on Nov. 10, 1048. Owners said negligence of power company employes in repair and maintenance of nearby electrical transformers was the cause. The appeal was lodged yesterday from Craighead Circuit Court. may corn- whatever merits he niand." He declared (he United states needs to demonstrate to the world that democracy is color blind." Dr. Bundle spoke here under the sponsorship of the University of Arkansas Committee of Distinguished Lecturers. BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS . Walnut Ridge tips Teachers' Pay WALNUT RIDGE. Ark. (/D-Teachers In Walnut Ridge public schools will receive P ny increases ranging from 5 to 10 per cent next the semester. The school board announced increases. It also announced appointment of Ben H. Jones of Earle as head coach. MINIATURE MOTORING—Alfred Heisig 28 bUcve Ire built ine smallest gasoline-powered car in Berlin, Germany. Seen working on the half-pinl sized vehicle, Heisig says that il will do 35 miles an hour, and travel 70 miles on one gallon of gas. The Uvo- passenger midget car is 20 inches high, and weighs 420 pounds. Union Rejected By Workers 1 Little Rock Air Base Site Chosen WASHINGTON (fl>l - A site at Jacksonville, about 15 miles north of Little Rock, has been selected for a proposed new 31-mllllon cloj- lar jet bomber base. The Air Force notified Rep Brooks Hays of the selection yesterday. The base was one of three Arkansas projects totaling ' Hearing Date Awaited on Lion Oil's Suit Against Strikers PAGE THREE EL DORADO. Ark. ffl — A hearing dale has not been set on Lion Oil Company's 550,000 suit against Ihc striking CIO Oil Workers International Union, or ils petition (or court order (o halt picketing. Some 600 workers at Lion's chemical plant and about 350 Pan- Am refinery employes have struck In connection with a nationwide strike by oil workers In a wage dispute. T. M. Marlin, Lion oil president said last night the strike was continuing In a "quiet and orderly manner." He said a "skeleton crew is operating the plant and lhat company representatives would be available for further negotiations. However, no meetings have been scheduled. At the Pan-Am refinery, manager E. N. Kimes said that (he entire plant was shut down was more liberal than the union's request. He did not elaborate. R. W. Lawrence. OWIU International Representative, said lhat SCREENS Pan-Am workers are willing to submit their demands to the Wage Stabilization Board. He said the. union would abide by any recom- menrtalions from the board. PARAGOULD. Ark. W,-Emplov- es of Ely and Walker Dry Goods Company have voted by an almost to 1 majority to reject the APL United Garment Workers of Amer- The rational Labor Relations 3oard election was held here ves- erday with 89 voting for and'ni igsuist the union. Mrs. Hattie E. Puller of Kennett Mo international representative for the Garment Workers, said she would protest the election. She has ive Cays in which to do so A group of non-union employes it the shirt factory requested the election which was conducted by Flora B. Spaur of the Memphis NLRB office. Ely and Walker employes have been organized by the union since 1044. Gideons Expect 100 Delegates LITTLE ROCK (iP> - More than 100 delegates are expected for the Gideons International in Arkansas meeting here. The three day convention opened today with a. one-day session of the Gideon Auxiliary to convene Saturday. Clyde T. Hollls of Little Rock state president. :.w!ll preside at the meetings. New officers will be elected Saturday, WMCT Would Change To Channel Three WASHINGTON <f, — Permission to change from channel 4 to channel 3, instead of from 4 to 5 has been asked by Television Station WMCT of Memphis. Tenn The original change of channels was proposed by the Communications Commission Laymen Study Theology At Wittenberg College SPRINGFIELD, Ohio l.fl _ Wittenberg college has just opened a school of theology for laymen Behoved to be the first program of Its kind, it will train aym™ for v eadership In congregation" administration., stewardship and evangelism. Classes will be conducted on Saturdays with four eight-week terms to be held during each school year in the future. Two Retail Beer Permits Revoked By Caliahan LITTLE ROCK IT) — Two retail beer permits — one in Camden and one in Ft. Smith — have been revoked by Executive Director George Caliahan of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. Caliahan also set hearings for proposed revocations of licenses in other Arkansas cities. Retail beer permits revoked were Precious Hansen of Camden. Oneida Harris of (Edgctown Inn, 2926 Midland Avenue) Ft. Smith. Caliahan found both guilty of violating regulations regulating beer sales. Hearings were set by Caliahan on proposed revocations of the following licenses: Earl Crain of . (505 Garrison Avenue! Ft. SmithV're'tail liquor !\fay 13. Alfred Holmes and Richard Griffin, both of Stuttgart, beer, May 12. Thelma Mack of Paragould. beer, May B. Caliahan held a hearing on proposed revocation of the permit of Jack Jones, Camden cafe operator, but issued no order. 3 Negroes Included In 'Bailor Bar' Protest PINE BLUFF, Ark. (/TV-Three Negroes and 12 white men have charged they were barred from the summer primary ballot by the Jefferson County Democratic Committee. A hearing in the case was continued from yesterday until Saturday, by Circuit Judge Henry Smith. The men have petitioned the Jefferson County Circuit Court to order the Committee to place their • mes on the primary ballot. They are candidates for vacant positions on the Committee. Read Courier News Classified Ads HER CLOCK'S A-HEAO- How to avoid being confused b* Daylight Saving Time is demonstrated by shapely New Yorker Colleen Powell who believes in facing the issue squarely AJ anyone can see, you gain an extra hour of daylight (and a lot of it your dock's a-head. TODAY'S DRE1FUS SPECIAL! 7-Piece FLORAGOLD BERRY SET 6 Individual Bowls One Large Serving Bowl Charge It! JL HE mis I Drtiin . . . Wear Ilia lit' WI.M \HI\ M The California gray whale, now re-appearins in growing numbers along the Pacific coast, has been eonsidered extinct three different times in history. MIMM^ Aluminum SCREENS 30 DAYS DELIVERY > Kusf Proof— Slain Proof— Lifetime > Sturdy durable frames— fid lifihf, will not flap, sag or rattle. • Custom marie to fit anj- window In half or full lenjrth. • Measured, ass-omtilcd and ln- slallpd by local man—all materials ami workmanship guaranteed. KE.W WIHSENHUNT Phone 3109 R- H. ARENSMEIER Phone 2C93 ^^^^••^•^•^^^^^^HH^HH^MiBB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ You're Invited To Our OMORROW Saturday, May.-3 See & Hear AND HIS FAMOUS FAMILY You'll have lots of fun at our big Open House celebration tomorrow. There are many free prizes including a complete set of U. S. Royal Blaster white sidewall tires! Enjoy coffee and doughnuts. Listen to Pappy Stewart and hia Famous Family . . . here in person. Visit the most modern retreading plant in this entire area! It's all here at McCaul Tire Store, your U. S. Roya! distributor in niytheville. Plan to come tomorrow afternoon or evening. FREE PRIZES 1 SET OF U.S. ROYAL MASTER WHITE SIDEWALL TIRES Ihe jar displayed in our showroom. The drawing will be held al (> p.m. All hough you don't have fo be present to win, you'll have a lot of fu n if you're Door Prizes EVERY HALF HOUR BEGINNING 1:30 P.M. That's right! Every half hour beginning at ! :.10 in the afternoon we're going to give away a valuable prize—and all you have (o do is visit our store sometime Saturday. An electric toaster, waffle iron and clock arc just a few of the many special door prizes. SATURDAY IS THE DAY! MAUL TIRE South Highway 61 Blytheville, Ark.

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