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PAGE SIX BLYTIIKVIT.I.K (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1952 Teacher's Union Not Recognized By School Board Little Rock Officials Say AFL Local Isn't 'In Best Interest' LITTLE ROCK Wl — Tile LiUle Rock School Board declared Thursday night lhat unionization of Little Rock teachers was not "in the best Interest of the school system" and said in effect lhat It would not! bargain with the newly-organized' AFL local. Board members adopted. 5-0. a resolution in which it said th»( it "does not expect to clmiiKC its present arrangement of negotiating with the professional groups already in exislence within the school system." 'The Board also restored a revised edition of Prank A. Magimler's controversial "American Government" lo the list of approved texts. The p r e v i o u s edition of Magnifier's book had been outlawed as a text (lint allowed to remain in school libraries as a reference book) on the ground that it contained passages sympathetic to Socialism. Board member Foster A. Vineyard stressed lhat the Mugruder text approved had been revised nt least 132 limes, and was Hack in the Board's good graces only because the objcctional passages had been removed. Arkansas News Briefs— Tomato Canner Denies His Food Adulterated FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. i/fi — j only allowable Charges of adulterating canned; Ins tomatoes, tomatoes with water imd operating an unsanitary cannery have neen denied by Washington County Canner John M. Hilton. Hilton's attorney quoted the canner Thursday as saying University of Arkansas tests proved he used water in canning The charges of auullc'raling the tomatoes were tiled again:-,! Hilton, Noah A. Wc!)b. and Clint Davis, all of Fayettevilln, by 1'rosctciilor Tex P. Coxsey. The "unsanitary cannery" eharKe was filed against Webb and Hilton. State Makes $750 Daily from Bauxite Mine LITTLR HOCK — The state of Arkansas is getting about S75U daily from bauxite mined near Sweet Home on the old Confederate Home property. The Uulin Bauxite Company said Thursday that it was taking be- Iween 400 and 500 IODK tons (2,:!; pounds) of bauxite ore from the property daily. The state colleen. $1.87 per IOUK Ion in royalties plus a severance tat: of 10 cents per short ton (2,000 pounds) Ihe ore. Peace Officers Want Habitual Criminal' Law— HOCK W) — Arkansas lor governor." Tackett also said the Association ,„..,!„ officers, irked by the "coddling or convicted criminals." want would seek higher legal qualint-:i- Ihc ISM Legislature, to enact a'tions for drivers' license and a The process of melting Ice requires heat but Hie melting can be carried out In such a manner Arkansas Kumsmal A^oci- t»at Ihe resulting water is th» lion opened its annual 2-day conven- same temperature as was lion here Friday. ™°™ "• wa3 nlclled the ICB IO-Year-OW Dies in Fait from Car LITTLE ROCK Wi — The lOyear- c(j wn en she. fell from old daughter of Bryant School Supl. H. C. Scott died in a hospital [ here Thursday from injuries suffer-. cur. She was Mary Virginia Scott Widow Files Suit Against Accused Murderer PINK BLUFF. Ark. 'erson County widow i.fl — A Jet- has filed a SCO.OOO damage suit here against Lhe man accused of killing her luisband. Mrs. Robert Goodnight filed .suit in Circuit Court Thursday against Clarence Reynolds, CioodniKht, '12, died May '•'• from injuries suffered in a fi^ht. said Coroner E. Frank Ileynolds. charged with second degree murder, is free on $12,500 Murry Promises to Inform Public Of Bidding, Purchases If Elected Rioting Students Hurt 84 in Japan TOKYO 1.41 — Eighty-four persons wore injured today when 600 pollci niirt 1.000 students clashed nt Wn seda University. The incident begnn yes(criln> two delectives went to the private, school lo arrest two students in, Collegiate Political Lenguc lint connection with May Day riots, "the executive branch (of the: H ,, e Students seized the policemen. One government) has been disdainful stump for the governor. He said lhat if the next Legisla- FAYE'l'I'EVII.IjE. Ark. Ifi— Ally. Gen. Ike Murry promised Thursday night Hint if he is-elected governor, "We will have competitive j ol'N^e from domination of (lie (,'ov- bldtling in every a«ency. and purchase orders will be a mutter of public knowledge the moment they are issued." Murry (old the University of Arkansas Chapter of the American AMERICAN MOTHER. '52- Mrs, Toy Lcn Goon, 57, of Portland, Me., has been named as the "American Molher for 1952" by the national jury. American Mothers Committee of the Golci- rn Rule Foundation. Widowed mother of eight children, Mrs. Cloon, who was born in Canton, China, nnd who is now a U. S. citizen, still runs her laundry in Portland. habitual criminal law nutting three time convicted felons behind bars for lilc. A resolution nr.kiri;; that such a law he approved will be presented to delegates lo the Arkansas Peace Officers Association convention liere Friday. Police Chief Max Tackelt of (Texarkana. president of the Association, explained (he resolution Thursday to the delegates. "We need to get politics out of paroles, pardons and Christmas furloughs." said Tackett, brother of Gubernatorial Candidate Boyd Tuekett, Nashville congressman. The police chief was asked by a reporter if he thought Gov. Mc- Malh was too lenient with paroles, but (he chief declined to answer "since my brother Is a candidate larger state police force. • NOTICE Notice is hereby uiven that undersigned lias filed with ture passes a bill to remove the ernor, "I shall be delighted to sign Gov. McMath vetoed such a last year. officer escaped. Five hundred officers were sent to the campus today. One thousand angry students refused to give up their captive. Then the police V charged in. They rescued Ihe policeman Jn a bloody battle. No arrests were made. ! of constitutional prohibitions and inhibitions. I propose to put a stop to all dial." The attorney general, one of five candidates for t h e Democratic: nomination for governor, charged that the office of stale comptroller has become that of a "rubbei NOTICE Strikers Fined At Fort Smith FT. SMITH, Ark, Ml — Sebastian ClnmccUor C. M. Wofford l found eight members of Hie striking AFL Pulp. Sulphite nnil Pnpcr Mil Workers Union guilty or contempt nnti- Notice is hereby given thai the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of Hie State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer til retail on the premises described as 432 West Ash, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within live years last, past; and lhat the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other slate, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be is- KUed for operation beginning on the 1st day of July. 1952, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1953. Naif M, Moore Jr., Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 8 day ot May. 1952. Elizabeth Mason. Notary Public My Commission expires: 4-26-54. Dr. Jones Inaugurated At Rutgers University NEW BRUNSWICK. N. J. Ml — Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, former president of the University of Arkansas, Thursday was inaugurated as president of Rutgers University here. More than 7,500 persons attended the inaugural ceremonies and heard Dr. Jones insist Hint Rutgers — [he New Jersey slate University — "must be a place where students and teachers are free lo seek Ihe truth." of court for viol nt ing an picketing* injunction here. Churlea K. Stewnrt of Shrevc- pt)ft, Ln., International representative of the union, was fined §200 .tnd sentenced to 30 days in jail. Alien Jones, president of the Locnl on strike ngninst the Dixie Cup Company plant here, wn.s fined S50 nnd Local Vice President Arthur Logan and five other union members were fined $10 eneh Thurs- Rotations See Religious Film "One God," r\ film on liow different religious groups worship, was seen • by members of Blythc- viUc's Rotary Club yesterday. Dr. Alfred Vise, Rabbi of Blythn- villc's Temple Israel, introduced the film and explained that it was based on the hook of the title written by Frorcnce Fitch. Dr. Vise and Miss Fitch became ncquninted when they were both students in Berlin. Guests nL the meeting included Cbjirlc;i Meyers, Jr., and E. E Presley, both of Little Rock: Harrj Kriger, Memphis; Dr. C. L. Greene Clinton, Tcnn.; Grsuly Johnston Hcrnnndo, Miss,; the Rev. Roy UEiffIcy, the Rev. James Rainwater and Junior Rotnriuns Clovis Gar- nctl nnd Bobby Osburn. violating the laws of this state, or idiy other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1952. ami to expire on the 30th day of June, 1953. J. li. Moultrie. Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8 day of May, 1952. EUzabcth Mason, Notary Public My Commission expires: 4-26-54 Commissioner o£ Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell nnd dispense beer at retail on the [ premises described as 111 So. Divi- ] slon, Blylhcvlllc. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is ; a cftl'/en of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has been convicted of a felcny or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the j undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned, has never convicted of violating the laws of Ihls state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is lor permit to be Aimed for operation beginning on the 1st day of July. 1952, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1053, Artie S. Sample, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8 day of May, 1952. Elizabeth Mason, Notary public My Commission expires: 4-26-54. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that In undersigned has filed with the De imrtmenl ot Alcoholic Beverag .Control of the State of Arkansa, for a permit to sell and dispens beer at retail on the premises described ns: 1001 N. Gth, Blythevllle. Mississippi County. The undersigned states Lhat he Is The men were accused of violnl-l a eUizcn of Arkansas, of KOOU mor- ng n temporary Injunction Issued nl character, that he has never March 28 npamsl picketing of a 1 been convicted of a felony or other Missouri Pacific .spin' track lo warehouse where Dixie Cup had cups in storage. Judge Wofford made the injunction permanent Wednesday. involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell betr by the mulersitjnpd ha.s bren revoked within Jive years last post; and the un[ dcrsigned has been convicted of STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY THI AMIRKAN D1STILIIMO COMPANY, IHC. • MK1K, HL Get Better FROZEN FOODS WITH FAST FREEZING Chill Chest HOME FREEZERS in 8-15-23 cu. fL AT LEADING DEALERS NOTICE Notice is hereby given Uiftt the undersigned has Illcd with the Department of Alcoholic Bcvernjje Control of Ihe Slate of Aricrmsa lor a permit to sell and dlspnn.se beer nt, retail on the premises described as: North Star Supper Club, N. Hwy. 61, Blytheville, Mississippi County. ' The undcrsiirneri states (hat hn is a citizen of Arkansas, of good I moral character, thiU he has never I been convicted of a felony or other ! crime involving moral turpitude; ' that no license to sell berr by the under. si" ned has been rcvrkocl within five years last past: and that the undcrsi?nrd has never been convicted cf violnun?. the laws c! this state, or any other slate, relative to the ^alc of alcoholic lirvuors, Apnl k:nt ion Is for penis ii to be iFSiTfl for opera t'/'n beshmiru: on Ine 1-rt 'lav n- Julv.,19>2. nnd to "X- pirc OLI tlii; 3C'1h d^V of .lunr. 1SCVJ Si-ri Tvih-d :*:,d f^om to i;cf-:rr- me liii* 6rh day of Mav. UTVJ. Por-y A. Wri -lit. Noian I'''b)ic xpires: M'r-h XOTH'K No;'re U hrre-by si veil that ihe untimi^ncd h?,s filcrt with the D:- partmcnt of Alcoholic Severn. :P Control of the Slate nf Arknns;^ for a per mil to ^\\ p.ud tii^^e'i^e beer at mnil on the prfniisrs dc- scribrd as: F slrrs Br: nriwav Liquor Store. ICfi N. Hrondway, lUvthe- ville. Mi?sl?r-ippi County. The iiiifteri-^enerl slatrs lh.il he | i? a citizen of Arkaiv-n*, of cood moral charartrr. that he has never been convicted of a Ic-lony or other crime involvm? moral turpitude; that no li;rn:-e to ^oll bror by the under pinned has been re- vckert within five VCEIVP la?t pnfit; and that the imdeiTi^nrd has never been convicted of violating the laws of (hi? Mate, or any other Elate, rclati\e to ihe ^alft of alcoholic liquors. Application i« for permit to be Issued lor opcrittion bPBinninp on the 1st day of July. 19J?. and to expire en tlw ^Cth day of June. 1953. Welch FoMtr, Applicant Subr-cnlx 1 ^ nnd f/.vorn to before me thi.s 8 day of May 1UI52. 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