The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 12, 1950
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PAGE TWO Plans for Annual 4-H Rally Made County-Wide Event To Be Held Friday At Walker Park Here Detailed plans for Die annual t-a Club rally tn be held at Walker Park Friday were announced today by Keith J, Bilbrey. county agent, and Miss Gertrude Holiman, county home demonstration agent. Miss Elizabeth Moss, Home Art- visor for HEA. will give a demonstration on how to use lighting correctly, followed by a lighting dern- nionstratlon by Miss Bobby Jean Byj'd of Lcnchville. Miss Byrd cho-:e -"Better Methods, Lighting" as her home project. She will attend the Stale 4-H Club Camp In Fayettcville as a delegate from Mississippi County. A demonstration in foods prepir- ation for frozen food lockers and cooking of frozen foods will be uiv- en by Mrs. Rolen Carr, home sen-ice ! director of Arkansas-Missouri Pew- i er Company. She will be assisted by | Mrs. Nariane Kelly, home service I advisor of the [lower company's' Carlllhersville branch. After this demonstration, several 4-H girls will give demonstrations regarding frozen foods. One girl will be selected from the group to attend camp. Seven boys and seven s;irls will attend as Mississippi county delegates. Their names will be announced at the rally. Girls' events will be in the Wo- Obituaries CaruthersviHe Man Dies Here Robert Allen LeMay of Caruthersville, Mo., died at 4:3o a.m today at Walls Hospital after a short lUncAt. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete, but burial will probably be in Mt. Pleasant, Tenn,, tomorrow, funeral home attendants 5n ld. Mr. LeMay, who was 52, moved to Caruthersville about two years ago from Mt. Plea-ant where he was engaged In farming. He is survived by Ills wife Mrs Mary Lee Lc.Vfay of Carlllhersville- two sons, Claude and Jimmy of Ca- rutheisville; two daughters MIS AUie May Marshall of Ml. Pleasant and Mrs. Alma Dickey of Cnriilh- ersvlllej his father, Albert LcMay of Mt. Pleasant; five brothers Willie. Jcjsic. Louis, Johnnie and A R. IxsMay all of Mt. Pleasant- five brothers, Willie. je.ssl». ixniis Johnnie and A. R. LeMay all of Mt' Pleasant: five sisters, Mrs Charley Head, Mr.s. Elmer Martin, Mrs. Houston Thomas, Mrs. Clyde [ 7 i<-.> , . and Mrs. Estes Gray, all of Pleasant. Holt Funeral Home is in and rearm, turned In Iftelr best performance of the war. They accounted for eight Unks »nd five trucks while striking at enemy lar- sets in excellent weather, the com- munique said. All returned safely. The meandering river Is the last natural barrier be/ore Tacjon. f5 miles south by road. The city has been American advanced 'headquarters. It is on the main South Korean rail line from the southeastern supply port of Pusan. (ARK.) COURIER COUNCIL Continued from page 1 ances created by a scaling rink located on Ash Street In that block. May Require Suit The Council igreed to refer the matter to City Attorney Percj Wright, who was In Little Hock las' night, and delay action until he could report on applicable city or- rentais and (he remainder from sales of buildings and equipment Expenditures were $1.978.01 with $3,105.25 being paid out In salaries Cash on hand was listed at S42 804.90 and accounts payable totaled $1.430.61 as of June 30. ELECTION Continued from Page 1 Baugher. Bowen— dinance. 1 ;. Mr. Wright this morning „,„,...„. c<f the opinion that the matter would constitute a private nuisance ind affected parlies would have to bring suit In Chancery Court to abate such nuisance: The city has no authority to declare a business a nuisance and close it as such Mr llr^InUt f i ' express Wright opined. In other action, the Council man's Building and boys' events in the Grandstand Building. Afternoon events w iu include ball games and swimming. School Directors Plan New Budget A. B. Weatherington, director of school finances lor the Arkansas Board of Education, yesterday met with Mississippi County school superintendents to play 1950-51. school- year budgets. Miss Rose Gardner, secretary of the Finance Division of the Hoard of Education, assisted In the budget planning. Frank WhUn/orth, county treasurer, and the following superintendents: W. B. Nicholson, Blytheville; f. E. Lucius, Gosnell; B. W. Nichols* Armorcl; Hugh L. Smith. Shawuee- W. W. Fowler, Manila; A. E. Csltl- well, Dell; O. M. Dial, Kelser; L H. Autry, BurdeUe; A. A. Norton Elo- wah; C. J. -Merrlman, Leachville; Frazier Watson, Dyess and John Mayes, county supervisor of schools disciuaed matters of school finance with Mr. Weatheringlon and Miss Gardner at. the meeting. Milton TO//S or To// Corn OKS MOINES, Iowa (API— Mil- Ion Chadima has been telling his farmer neighbors west of Swlsher about <ome com he saw six leet tall nnw with ears ready to pick- But it wasn't anywhere near SwLsher Mr. and Mrs. Chadima went on a 5,382-mlle automobile excursion into southern Mexico. Chadima said he found Mexican agriculture at least as primitive as that of the Swisher locality when pioneer settlers came there 100 years ago. „„_„.., i,,,, \jijii(ii;4j ngrced to erect a sign at Division Street Park Io the effect that the | park will be closed between 8:10 ton reported complaints about "fitters" ami adult visitors who arrive after children vacate the park. Turnback Ups Revenue DRAFT Miss Osceola Junior Named; Laying Cups Awarded to Three Madeline Erwin, small dau"h- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Erwin, of Osceola, last nighl, was named "Miss Osceola Junior" from a field of 12 girls ranging in «ge from three to six at the Gem Theatre. Second placs went Io Lynn Mann, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mann, and third place went to Becky Quinn, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Wade Quinn. The three winners were awarded gold loving cups which will be engraved with names. Judging was by audience participation. The contest was sponsored by the theatre. Continued from Page I Ft. Dix. N.J., Ft. Knox. Ky.. Ft. fll- ley, Kas.. and Ft. Ord, Calif. for the H weeks of basic training. Generally speaking, |he Army said, inductees will be sent to the center nearest their home. They will get the same training as enlistees and volunteers and will be given tile same opportunities for advancement. On completion of training, each draftee will receive a week's furlough before his assignment to « post in the United Stales. Draft boards throughout the na- I on were instructed yeslerday io fill their quotas for a 20,000-man draft "as soon as possible and not later than Sept. 30." The orders went to 54 slates and territories KOREA Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III July 12. (AP)_(USDA)—Hogs 7000 ; ' market .25 to mostly .SO '"higher sows fully .50 higher; 180-230 Ibi barrows and gUts mostly one price 20-25; considerable sprinkling of sales 25.35-25.40; several loads 25 50- prices highest in almost two y f!1 rs : few 240-270 Ibs 24.50-25.00: 150-110 Ibs 23.25-24.50; 120-140 Ibs 2050-22» M-lio Ibs 18.50-10.75; sows under «0 Ibs mainly 15.50-2015 • fe w 2100- over 400 Ibs 11.00-19.50; s |,i es 11.50' 14.30; boars 7.50-11.50. Cattle 2000; calves 900; early aril's steers and heifers fullv steady- cows opened steady to stron^- bulli -2a higher with good kinds' very scarce; vealers unchanged; few lots good iteers 29.00-30.00; small lots high good and choice 3100-3200- 7fi a nn M 6 -!!* 3t 3IM: mcrtillm 5l<! ' er -' 26.00-28.oO; good heifers .uid mixed yearlings largely 28.50-30.25- few high good and choice mixed yeiri- mgs up to 31.00; medium grade 25 00-28.00; common and medium beef cows mostly I8.50-21.6O, canners and cutters 14.50-18.25 Continued from Page 1 The Fifth North Korean Division was reported moving east-o Ochin nine miles west of Tanyang and south of Han River, it apparently was seeking to outflank South Korea's Eighth Division. Ketls llolrt Chiingju The communique said the Fifth Nor I, Korean Division now holds Chungju "as elements of that unit arc probing south (owart., the positions Of the Sixth Republic of Korea division on the vital highway to Hamchang and Kumchon, 10 miles soirtJi," The communique said elements of liie 15th North Korean Division are reported moving east to Join forces with Ihe Reds' Fifth Division at Chungju. It added- tencmy advances in thi, scc tor have been halted by terrain favor able to the defense forces " No major developments'were reported along (he east coast. Naval forces struck enemy stallations at Yangyang on cast coast, MacArlhiir said. I'lanes Time Support U. S. Fifth Air Force light bombers supported ground troops and struck bridges ,,ear Ansong while I ghters ranged wide over Hie battle area on stiating missions. B-29s atlackert enemy warehouses, marshalling yim , s •„,„ ro]|m stock. Unnamed targets wer- re- iwrteci left in flames Australian Mustang'lighters. ,,s- g " Sl ".'th Korean base to refuel in- the Dry Ecj*n,a Simple Rath Chafing Chapping r Small Burnt RESINOL' 'idling 'Hulling quickly relieved wilh tooth ir>9 oily OIHTMEH1 Try Our ''Taste Treat Month" De/i'ci'oui Rich, Creamy FRESH PEACH WOODS DRUG The council received the monthly operating statement last night u-hlch showed that during .;, mc ei t y revenue tolalcd S-13.1S0.19 with expenditures Of $13,935.95. As of June 30, there was *24,S48.27 in the general fund. $7.61382 In Ihe parking meter fund and $1 - H5.75 In the street fund. There was a stale turnback of $34.(J32.B4 last month and parking meter receipts brought in $215050 Police and county fines totaled $1,842.05 with privilege license fees deriving revenue of $2,151.SO. Other revenues Included sanitation receipts, $1.444.50, eneineerini; dercirt- mcnt receipts, $165.75; vehicle licenses. $90.00; dvil C osts, $29.25; and clog licenses. $5. Department expenditures Include Street, $5,182.67; police, $2.393.71' Sanitation, $2,744.13; Fire, $981.30; "nd General and administrative $2,488.30. The Municipal Airport operating •statement showed revenues of $2 563.50 of which $1,542.50 wa.s from Gosnell — Judges: fjoy McKay Woodrow Cook, Walter C. Maxwell- alternates, Mitehel west, c. L. Lucius, Jim Jackson. Clerks: Leo Hill Harvey Hart; alternates, Ross Caldwell, a. R. u-dbettcr Lcachville Ward 1—Judo-.s: Louis Wembcrg. H. n. Thurmond, Dee Keith; alternates, Meal McIIanev Hnry nogle, V, s. Johnson Clerks'' Atherton Hictt. W. W. Cox- alic-r- nntes. Wayne Taylor, B. W Pierce Leachville Ward 2— Judges: ' Lc- roy Carter, R. p. Shipley. M. D Reed; altrcnalcs, E. W. Kief her 71 K. Howard, j. w. McHaucy. Ctevks- J. W. Clark, G. B. Ray; alternates' Perry DeFries. F. F. Alexander. Carml—Judges: S. H. Carter, J M. Howerton, A. B. Milliaan- jili cr - natcs. H. D. Gipson, A. w. Turner K. E. Wilson. Clerks: J. w. Sizemorc' P, W. ncJarnott; altcrnalcs, Mrs P. W. DeJaruetl, Airs. George Raters, Noal Hnwkccn—Judges: R. p. Reaves Jr.. R. L. Edgin, Raymond Lowei-y' alternates. R. w. Lyerley. Leonard Nimncry. R. p. Reaves. Sr. Clerks- G. B. Gayean. Glen Matheny alternates. H. L. Hny, H. n. ohles Box Elder — Judges: Jeff Ruals Herbert Sikes. U. A. Mnrshall- al ternates, T. A. Neal, Willie Crafton. J. D. Tinsley. Clerks: Charley Buck, Norman Ranis: alternates c N. Tucker. A. c. Gunler. Boynton—Judges: Fred Apple c E. Cagle, Noah Kisncr; alternates' I. B. Kirkscy, E. N. Eubanks L N' McClcnrn. Clerks: Thomas Middleton, vv. L. Ladd; alternates, R. E Montgomery, T. R. Rose. H.ilf Moon Half Moon—Judges: J. w. Richardson. Ditxell Tomlinson, J, E. 'rtiltt; alternates, T. J. Richardson' fomet HmlKc. Harry Buck. Clerks- Earl Shaneyfelt. Shelby McCook- allcrnatcs, Henry Buck Orville Mitchell. Cllruulian Armorcl _ Judges: Marion nyer Arthur Vance, E. L. Hale- niter-' lates. Robert Gray, c. A. Vlnson lenry Berry. Clerks: W. R. ' A. J. Hnrsliman, H. H. shea; >ller- lutcs, G. H, Hopper, John McAdoo find Harshman. Clerks: Harvey Tinman, Marvin House; alternates, H V. Mltchusson, Leon Jordan. Hector Dell — Judges U. B. Crawford, Charles Armstrong, Kd Hardin; aj. ternates. Earl Boren. Dallas Brownlee, E. H. Prewett. Clerks: Bob Henderson, E. w. Noland; alternates Floyd Tate, Ralph Simpson. Hoseland—Judges: Richard Rose, Boyce Russell, Merrell Osborne; alternates, Paul Poe, Charles Rose O. D. Whtsle. Clerks: w. L. Wll- boj-n, Paul Whistle; alternates, Russell Gill, Oarfielrl Lewis. Hick man Huffman — Judges: Rex Hughes, Max Ray, Jr., Gerald Cassidy; alternates, Dick Green. John Hughes Prank Moore. Clerks: Joe Siebert.. -fames Ray; alternate, Billy Ray. Forty and Eight—Judges: Harvey Adkissoil. Ben White, Taft Mother; alternates. Jay Lucas, dill Elliott. Patt Patterson. Clerks: Perry I,ee Adkisson, Ted Faughl; alternates, Aubrey Mcrritt, Elmer Hinson. Clear Lake Clear Lake—Judges: L. T. Ellis J. P. Harmon, Sterling Conley- alternates, R. L. Ashby. Kyle Ball. Herbert Wilson. Clerks: J. H. Rogers, n. J. Hodges: allcrnntc.s. Stanley Wilson, w. R. Mldclleton. Home Oin—Judges: p. E. Eubanks Harry Lutes. I. M. McHnffey. alternates. C. n. Long. Roy Neil, o. E Stewart. Clerks: .lames Miildlelon V. R. Dlxon; alternates, Jim H Burks, 3. B. Robhkis. Chlrkasawha Promised Land — Judpes: c F Tucker. B. F. Fitzgerald, Chester Sutton; alternates. Walter Stewart W. A. Shephard. Louis Ball. Clerks- Clarence Moore. Everett Wilson- alternates. Mrs. Billy Galncs Mrs H. L. Halsell. Number n _ Judges: Charles I.angston, B.F. Rhodes. J.J. Moore; alternates, Percy Stovall, Harry Mantz. c. L. Bell, clerks: Mrs. William Wyatt. Mrs. Tom Kellick; alternates, Calvin Holllngswwrth, Mrs. Charles Langston. Yarbro — Judges: Ernest French Herbert MltJlms. J. c. McRae- alternates. W.N. Orr,_Spenccr Bunch, Mildred WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1959 ~ Judges: ' J Bryan; .. nates, E. H. Stephens, C. H. Bryant, Chester Danehower. Clerks: K. J. Kearney, Melvln La'pide?,- alternates, Harry Hall, Charles keii- ncrnote. . Osecoia Ward 3 (Courthouse) — Judges: Henry Patterson. Fred fteulrix', A. B. Tnorrie; alternates, Max Hart, O. S. Crane, G. H Florida. Clerks: Jas. Goodrich, Bill Walters; alternates, Tim Bowles Jap White. Kelser — Judges: j. Hall Henry Morris, John Stovall; alternates, H. F. Adams, John Kerat, E. B. McCiitchcon, clercks: M, E Little. Charles B. Robinson; alternates, A. G. Bostic. Dob Greene. Bunldt, Burdette — Judges: Tom Callis, Hollis Jumper, Homer Tate; alternates, Ralph Wilson, jack West Lloyd Koontz. clerks: Mrs. Jim Tompkins, Mrs. Clirls Thompklns; alternates. Mrs. Tom Callis Mrs D. B. Sliaw. Fletcher Luxora — judges: w. H. Meadows. W, L. Hanna. Ray whit- more; alternates. R. L. Houck, Richard Thomas, Willie Tate. Clerks: J. M. Majors. Edith McDaniel- alternates, Dave Richards, Julia Owen. Victoria — Judges: Zeke Pollard, Gilbert Lynch, w. O. Frazier; alternates, Allen Cockrell, Robert Stovall, Herman Smith. Clerks: Bill Greene. Jack Millican; alternates, Paul McAffec, Bill Cockrell. R. C. Branch, Mrs. June Cnitcher, Julian Colomb; aller- Nodena Troy Judges: Parker Bowen. J. R. Lambert. Clerks: Hunch. Paul Abbott; alternates L T. Burnham. Roy Hundley. Following, by townships," are the clerks and Judges lor the Osceola District: Monroe O.scenla W.-vd l <Stirt<t!irs) — Judges: n. W. Geldriech, s. w. Uowker. Joe Martin; alternates V E. Harlan. Dan Reed. j. A p'igg Clerks: Fred Smith, o. w Knirtit- ""— -— Driver, ' ' — . O. F. Craig, powell Hale. Clerks: Carl Jones, J. II. Whitaksr. Golden Lake Wilson — Judges: c. T. Lynch. C. L. Qrecnwell, Bruce Wilson- iltci-nates. T. j. McAfee. Frank Pyland. Walter Kernpe. clerks: Raymond Cotner. W. J. Dcnlon; alternates, Maury Upton, Arnold McDaniels. Whldon Whitton — Judges: w. R. McDaniel, pete Billiard, C. L. Denton, Jr.; alternates, Frank Dean Sr.. w. E. Wright. G. A. Looney' Clerks: Gene Minor. Frank Dean Jr.; alternates. Billy jack Looney' Morris F,. Wright, Pecan Point Pecan Point - - judges: June Childs. R. c. Brancii. Bob Jones- alternate. Charles Friend, clerks'- . . . B. Penning(on; alternates. Hurley Tom.ilo—Judges: L..M. Malone Osccola Ward 2 (Osccola Lumber save up to $ 4O with this 9 cu. ft. Admiral Frenchman's Iiayou (Speck Gin) — Judges: C. C. Speck, Charles Huggins, Marshall Speck; alternates, F. N. Brist, Warren Speck, Jim Speck. Clerks: A. Rhodes A Higglns; alternates, R. L Speck- Mrs. Buster Henry. Bassett^Judges: Garland Trammell, Charles Elklns. Vardie Westbrook; »lternates, B. B Bell J S. Cecil, B. o. Beall. clerks- Harry Biltkln. Arch Catching; alternates E. E. Clssel), Ciirley Campbell. Carson Lowrancc Biore •_ Jucj gcs . L y nn Trannum, Charles Elslander C K Stoffle; alternates, J. D . nankin, J. N. Reynolds, Earl Reynolds. Clerks: James Eslander, W J Alexander; alternates, Mrs. Lynn'rran- nuni, Mrs. James Elslander Cromers Store _ Judges: J. A Germany. Jjicharrf Cronier. Hudson Wren; alternate, p, s. Reese Alex q™^'r < r I , e H rliS: , 1J - S ' Harlri <*. Baker Springfield; alternates. J c Fleui Ing, Mrs. J. s. Hartricli'. Swayne Rosa - Judges; i^ari saiea, Paul Jackson. Elmo Wright; alternates James Permcnter, Hugh Wright, Leonard Ellison Cleri-s- Walter Permenter, Charles Howard-' a Uerrmtes, T.. B. Renfro, jr.. Gu ' r.iltte Kiver- Laney—Judges: n. F. Morris. Dyess— Dye,ss-Jlidges: Frank Tyler, Cnrl Appling. C. C. Collans; alternates J. H. Balch, j. E. christman T B' Wood. Clerks: Oscar Matlock J F' Holllngsworth; alternates, Ori-iiii Let, Mitchell Foister. MrGavock— nates, M. SJIverstcln, L. C. Crawford, Sim Weiss. Clerks: j. p. ukk- son, James Ford; alternates, Jame» W. Brownlcc; Bill Ralph. _.....-., >«« D ^ U , » v . -. Kennedy, Parks Crews, Lewis Wilbanks; alternates, Roy Poag, V. J. Ashley, I. E. Ashley. Clerks: Floyd Anderson, Russell Glrdley; alternates, Jinimis Davis, ciinrliD Williams. West Ririge—Judges: A. C. Spellings, W. B. Tyler. L. C. Sheltori -Jtt- ternaU's. Emmctt Clark, WHlmi Walls, It. E. Tittlcton. Clerks: Jimmie Neal, A. M. Miller; alternates, Charles D. Trotter, Owen Miller. Etowah — Judges: M. R. Sisco, Orover Jackson, B. S. Jackson; alternates, M. W. GinJley, Amos Weathers, Royce McDonald. Clerks: Herbert Woodruff, flush Nash; alternates, Leslie McCollum, W. S. Kirk. Mllllgan Ridge — Judges: Bert Faulkner, John Fairchild. B. Jiur- row; alternates. Dob Barker, Will Illis-sell, Burley Rny, Clerks: Herman Hollls. Wade Adams; alternates, Lclaud Barker. Coy Hicks. Stilhnan—Judges: IV. T. Bonds, Monroe Dobbs, Louis Bonds; alternates, Ed Wilson, Wilson Bonds, c. R, Lester. Clerks: Harry Bonds. Evcrot Voting; alternates. Bryan M. Bonds, Charles Ashcrait. Bowman Judges: T. G. EsU-s, T. A. Boiirland. Robert Hcggn; alternates, W. c. Powers, Everett Sivage, Rob Tlioma.s. Clerks: R. G. Edwards, Mannering Towles; alternates. C. II. Whistle. Jr., Ira Deeds. Osceola Absentee—Judges: Godfrey White. G. B. Segravcs, Alene Word. Clerks: Steve Ralph, Wnl- See if now. 1 It's the New Admiral '" a h »™'»«™« 9 "iWc footer th» •'™ ° f "" ° Ill - ! "- | "6"! H,,c ™y hold., nn artdilional 12 ll, s . K XC ellent T "I" J m ' y Vf *" taM * "'-'I'"- New suer-.i » V 7 " V "'" ! And, rcmemlK-r. you B ct. full-width freezer/ Full-length (old! RALLY FRIDAY NIGHT JULY 14 at Blylheviile Court House Lawn Free Entertainment 8 p.m. Everybody Is Welcome! Hear Gov. Sid McMath DISCUSS THE ISSUES

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