The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1952 · Page 12
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 16, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE TWELYB BLYTHKVIU.K (ARK.) COUK1ER NEWS Little Rock Man Asks for Legal Service to Anyone Needing It ..By LEON HATCH HOT SPRINGS, Ark. Wl — The head of the Arkansas Bar Association today called tor legal ser- Ylce to any person needing tt at a cost he can afford — or if neces- cnrj' at no cost whatsoever. President Terrell Marshall of LUtle Rock told the association's Hth annual convention that "unless the needs of the Indigent for expert legal assistance...arc met. we will some day ftnd the planners innk- ing a better case for socialization of the law than they ever did for socialization of medicine." Marshall said that an organized leual nid program is a "minimum" and should be considered a "must." An association committee yesterday urged extension of nn organized legal assistance program — which operates only In Pulasiti and BebflsUnn Counties — and today Marshall declared *'we must follow up the (committee) action." Study Recommended Marshall also recommended a study of the possibility of the Bar Association endorsing candidates for Judgeships, at least for the Supreme Court. The Association yesterday approved a proposal thut claims against the state be nettled In court, rather than by the 3-man state Claims Commission. A bill to effect such change will be sponsored in the 1053 Legislature. The largest crowd of tlie tiny turned out to hear speeches by representatives of five candidates for presidential nominations. Hyde Reprc.tenU "Hie" Herbert K. Hyde of Oklahoma City represented Gen. I) wight D. Elsenhower, candidate for the He- publican nomination. Democrats represented and their .spokesmen were: Sen. Estes Kcfauver of Tennessee, La tone Temple of Little Rock; W. Avcrill Harrlman of New York, James LanJgan, former legal cdvlsor to Harriman in the Mutual Security Administration; Sen, Robert Kerr of Oklahoma, Judge J. Sam Wood of Ft.Smith, and Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia, Rep. Burr Harrison of Virginia. The Junior Bar Section elected Paul Young of MnJvern president, succeeding Louis L. Ramsey Jr., of Pine Bluff, Other officers elected were James N. Dowel), Little Rock, vice chairman and William p, Hamilton, Little flock, secretary-treasurer. Named to the Executive Com- mlttto were John Mann, Forrest City, Wayne Boycc, Newport, Hugh Haul I n. Ft.Smith, J. E. Hogcrd, E! Dorado, Lawrence Hut-row Jr., Little Rock, Randall Williams, MonUceMo, Jack Oe.icon, Jones- lioro, Ray smith. Hot Springs, Charles Con way, Tcxarkana, and WilUm Steed, Pine Bluff. ASTC to Go Along With Ford's Plan CONWAY, Ark. l/Pt — Arkansas State Teachers Collexe says It will go along with the controversial program to alter teacher education in Arkansas, but it attached the string of majority participation to Its approval. Dr. Nolen M. Irby, president of ASTC, said yesterday that the school would take part in the Ford Foundation's plan provided all other state colleges accept It. ASTC became the first state school to approve the program. Fifty Books Added to Shelves Of Library Here During April Blylhcvule's Public Library acquired a total of 50 new bcoks miring tlie month ot April, It was announced yesterday by Mrs. Ira Gray, librarian. Of this total, 23 bookfi were donated as memorial books. A total of 27 were obtained by the library. Including 13 boote ior adults and 14 for juvenile renders. The new memorial books follow: In memory of Fletcher Fisher— "Paddys Moon" by ReBan, donated by Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Coppedge; "Art ami Life' by Mylntyrc, Mr. and Mrs. Ben A. BURP; "Lincoln and His Generals" by Williams and "The Simplified QuUle u> Flower Arranging" by Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. VI. I. Malin; "Tar Heels. A Portrait of North Carolina" by Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwcll. In memory of Mrs. Edna Jenkins —"The World's First Love" by Sheen and "Complete Hook ot Flower Arrangement for Show Competition" by Rockwell, Blythe- vlllc Duplicate Drklgc League. In memory of Mrs. W, D. Puller- ton—"Oil Painting for Beginners" by Taubes, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Relcliel. In memory of Mr.s. Elizabeth Graves—"Poems of Mr. Jchn Milion" by Brooks and Hardy, Blythe- viHc Woman'H Club. In memory of C. A. Tant.—"Treasury of Ihe Theater" (vol. 3) by Gnssner, nlythcvlllc Woman's Club: "Pocahnntns and "Captain John Smith" by Lawson, Mr. and Mrs, Monroe Craln, Jr.; "Corsage Making for Everyone" by Diddle and Bloom, tho Art Club; "Jack Lon- flon, pallor on Horseback" by Stone, Mr. and Mrs. r. O. Relchcl; "Famous American Athletes of Today" by Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. ttobtrt O. McHancy; "Literary America" by Schcrinan and KedUch, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Slmver; "Complete Garden Handbook" by Simon, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee. In memory of Mrs. Jennie Walker — "I'lophpt In the Wilderness: The Story About Albert Schweitzer" by Il,i|>rdorn, Mrs, E. F. I3lo- meycr; "Making Coisap.cs in Ihe Home" by liiddle, Blythevllle Garden Club. In memory of Monte A. Isaacs— "Treasury of the Theater" (vols. 1 and 2). Mr. and Mrs, C.' n. Richards, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Richards, Jr., and Mrs. Frances H. Anderson. In memory of Mrs. Mattic Rothrock—"Moses" by Ascli, Mrs. Otis ShcpcTtl and Mrs. Worth Holder. In memory of Mrs. Louisa M. C. Helnlcko—"Sticks and Stones" by Munford, Mr. and Mrs. W. Marlon Williams; "Rs-ermelor's Bible story Book," Miss Monla Hughes. Books for adults acquired last month Include: "Bowl of I)ra.w" by Wcllmnn, "Case of the Molhealcn Wink" by Gardner, "Death Has Deep Roots" by Gilbert. "Devil's Arlvornlc" by Caldwell, "Lieutenant Hornblownr' by Forester, "I.onc.sonie Sorrel" by Robertson, "Nciv Wines for Women" by Knap. "Romantic Lady" by Graham, "Shot In the Dark" by Powell, "Son of Adam Wyngate" by O'Hara, "Song in the Night" by Lawrence, "StampOEraphy" by Si- innji nnil "Teens. How to Meet FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1951 Baptists to Hear Guest Minister Members of First Baptist Church Sunday morniDK will hear u jsermon by Dr. H. F.. Williams, president of Southern Baptist Colletje at Walnut Rldse. The licv, E. C. Brown, pastor of Ihn church, is in Miami attending ft Baptist convention. Your Problem" by Crawford. New Juvenile books Include' "BIB Mutt" by Reese. "Hoy of the Pyramid*" by Jones, "Clean Pig" by Wclsgard, "Feather Mountain" by Old. "Finders Keepers" by Unkind "Haunted Hangars" by Rochester "Real Book About Airplanes" by WhitchoilSG. "Real Hool: About franklin Roosevelt" by Mcrriam. "Heal Book About Horses" by Sherman, "Treasure Mountain" by Lampman. "Vanishing Octant, Mystery" by Seaman, "Washington Adventure" by Banks. "What Butterfly Is It?" by Plstorins and "Wonder Book of Ships" by Carlisle. Brinkley Man Dies in Mishap Bridge Death Puts Weekly Toll at 12 .. ..By The AK.sociatfd I' The violenl death loll for ihe week In Arkansas reach 12 early tnday with (he dealh of a. 22-year- old Brinkley man In a bridge accident at DCS Arc. Slnte Trooper 1,, E. Gwyn said James L. Welch was billed when the cur In which he was riding rail through u guard rail on the White River bridge and plunged CO feet to the ground. Three others were injured seriously. They were William Brittoum. 24, and Raymond Mnltiam, i6, both of Urinkle-y, and James Simmons of Memphis. A 32-ycar-olcl Memphis ne^'io, Jessie Hill, wu» billed yestcruuy when his truck collided with a parked truck on Highway 70, one mile east of Hrinklcy. Hcnip.stend County Coroner RuftH llerndun said .Mrs. Cleo Wood, -13, of near Prcscolt, Ark., strangled her 12-year-old daughter. Linda Jo, «mt then committed suicide. Nine-year-old 1'aulettc Pay Boarman of near Jacksonville was injured filially yesterday when she was struck by a truck on Highway 07. OUni.VAXCK NUMJiKK 526 WHEREAS, a Petition wzs duly filed with the City Council of Hie City of Blyihevillc, Arkansas on the 8th day of April, asking the Cily Council to vacate and abandon all lhat porlion of the street designated as Vine Street running from Lilly Street west to an alley which JOE A TK IN MACHINE WORKS COMFilTI SHUT METAL SHOP STtUCTURAL JTIIL • 0*1 AND IUCTIIC WILDINO • GIN MfAIKJ . ILACKSMtTH- INO • HA«DW*m . MACHIHI MPAIIS BLYTHEVULE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 runs North and South between Lilly Street and Lake street, plaited and shown on the plat of Ruddles Heights Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, now appearing of record In Plat Book One at page 82 In the ofilce of the Recorder of Mississippi County, Arkansas. WHEREAS, after due notices as required by lav, the Council has at the time and place mentioned In "the notice, heard all persons desiring to be heard on the question and has ascertained that the street or the portion thereof, hereinbefore dewrJJjed, as heretofore been dedicated to the Public use as a street herein descrilx?d; has not been actually used by the Public generally for a period of at least five years subsequent to the filing of the plat; that all of the owners of the property abutting upon tlie porlion of (lie street to be vacated have liled with the Council thetr written consent to such abandonment; and that public Interest and welfare will not be adversely affected by the abandonment of such street. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OP THE CITY OF BLYTHEVIIiE, ARKANSAS: Section 1. The City of Blytheville. Arkansas, hereby releases, vacates and abandons all Us rights, , together with the rights of the public generally, in and to the street c!c"-'i'vin!ed as follows: Vinn Street running from Lilly Street" to an Alley which runs North and South between Lilly -Street and Lake Street as shown on the plat of Ruddle Heights Addition to the City of Mother Slays Daughter, Self Bodies Ar* Found Near Prwcott PRESCOTT. Ark. I*—The bodies of a housewife and her daughter — dead by murder and suicide — were found lying side-by-slde In their (arm home eight miles southwest of her yesterday afternoon. Coroner Rutus Herndon ol Hempstead County said 43-year-old Mrs. Cleo Wood strangled her daughter, Linda Jo, 12, with a bell from a gingham dress and then took her own life with carbolic scid. He said the bodies were discovered by the husband and father, Floyd Wood, when he returned U> the house from working 1" the fields. Herndon said Mrs. Wood apparently placed her daughter's Blylheviile. Arkansas now appearing in Plat Book One, Pags 82 in the Office of the Recorder of Mississippi County, Arkansas. Section 2. A copy of this Ordinance duly certified by the City Clerk shall be filed in the office of the Recorder of the County and recorded in th» Deeds Records of the County. Section 3. This Ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after its passage. Dan Blodgett, Mayor ATTEST: W. I. Malin, Clerk CORRECTION! Cherries Advertised Erroneously as three 3-o*. Jars for lOc, Should have been 3 OZ. JAR KROGER Live Better For Less body on (lie child's bed, ind theB laydown beside her to die. There was no sign ot t struggle, b« "Id. Th« motive lor Ihe crim* remained a mystery. Herndon tail several notes were found in the home, but he refused to disclose their contents. He said the notes were identified by Wood has having been written by his wife. Coroner Herndon said no inquest would be held in the deaths. Oil Strike Break Expected Today EL DORADO. Ark. (/P)—A pO£S«>)« settlement In the 16-day-old strik* of 350 CIO oil workers at Pan-Atij Corporation's refinery here may b reached today. Union and company negotiators met this morning in an attempt to iron but the last point of dispute standing In the way of an agreement on higher wages and more pay for night work. S»Hj Brines from the Great Salt Lake. Utah, contain, as a rule, somewhat more than 20 per cent solids, and or this about three-fourths li common salt. MADE THE OLD-TIME SOUR MASH WAY lOTTlCD IN iONO YELLOWSTONE, INC., l-OUiSVIUf, KY. Mead's Presents The Number One Gift For Graduation white ARROW shirts-smart AmerUan tradition because Arrow nothing can overtake an Arrow... collars lit fou/f/essfy...because their tin* quality C o,lor>j giv. you longer wear ... because Arrowj are MHcga tailored, JO they follow your body lines... because they bear Ihe Sanforized label (fabric shrinkage lea { than ] %), because thtir anchored buttons or* teatiy secure. 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