The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1948 · Page 5
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THURSDAY. MAY 18, 1948 Regional School Bill Okay Seen ^ Sparkman Predicts ^ Senate Will Approve Education Compact WASHINGTON, May 13. (UP>_ , • John J . Sparkinan. D.. Ala , MIO today's lie's confident, the Senate will approve Hie Southern Education compact without any civil rights amendments. "I (eel," he said, "that a great many Republicans will not be will- Ing to go along (with Sen. Wayne Morse. R., ore.) because 11 is not the place for the civil rights program. The Senate scheduled a vote at 4 P.m.. EOT, on Morse's motion to send the bill back to the Judiciary Committee. The Oregon Republican na.5 threatened to offer President Truman's entire civil right/ platform as an amendment to the bill If his motion i s beaten. Sparkman and other Southerners want the Senate to approve tlie plan of 15 states to pool their resources to set up regional universities foi- Negroes In the !»3Uth. Morse says Die compact Is only a J'l.iii lo perpetuate .segregation In • ie South. ~ Meantime, acting Republican Leader Kenneth S- Wherry said he thinks the bill will'be sent back to committee ''because of Use constitutional questions which have been raised." He said there has not been enough evidence introduced in the debate (o penult Senators to make "an intelligent decision." North Little Rock Gets Bigger Faster Than Capit LITTLE ROCK. May 13. (UP)— The City of North Little Rock grew faster than the CILv of Littic Rock Majorettes Of Blythevilje Band _._ White House Needs Repairs, Fire Protection Expert Says M«iuv«t QolkUn (ll»M*<l rrwi. SUM WASHINGTON, M «y 13. (UP) — A flre protection expert mid tortnv """ " olhln|f wrons wllli li,« A. C. Mmltoii of Portsmouth, N H tccUo mb £L 0f "»> NKtloiwl Flre Pro- v flre ™,; " reslri '"f« 'ho But still .net «n, h« sum, there « plenty of fll . e „„;,„„, , ,1'"^ wi.l participate ,„ the Cotton c arnlva, uniform, which wer. recenUy purchased t day the band r ^ L ™" Vlln * " flx it ii]). experts from win " Id M1 " D ° r " St °" e ' '" >**""* '" Committees Selected by Blytheville 'Y' Committees to serve within the board of directors of th e Blytheville "Y" for the following year were announced today by Alvin Huffman. Jr., chairman of the pub . lie rleations committee. The finance committee will be rt - Ha c »-y. »n i «m include Hermon CarKon. J I, Gunn P. D. Posteri R ; £ £ on, James Terry. A. R. Weten- Oscar Alexander was during the past eigiit years, a spe- ! chairman of the property commlt- cial census showed today. | lec - He «'"1 be assisted by Wilson . The census revealed that North Herlr - v . Harvey Morris. R. A Nel Little Rock's population is now 39- ' J "'" S48. or a gain of 17.911 over the 1940 u. S. Census figure. Little Rock's population is 96,914, a gain of only 8,8fl3 the 1940 census. now over i First printing press set .... the American continent was established by the Spaniards in Mexico ill 1538. TEETH That Loosei Need Nor Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped or wabbled at just the wrong time. e. Do not live In fear of this happen- Henry, .^ son. and John'McDowell The personnel committee ts com- iL ™ R ° SS stevcns . chairman jactt Thro. Rosco Craflon the Rev. E. c. Brown, and O. E. Knud- I sen. | Tlie program committee is corn- up on ; P° sed of Chairman jack Thro Mrs • Glenn Ladd, J. L. Gunn. Wilson Henry, Hermon Carlton, and C P Rambo- The boys work committee will be carried on under the Chairman J I.. Gunn. who will work wltii R A Nelson. James Tern 1 . Jerry Poe and the Rev. H. T. Kidd. Mrs' Glenn Ladd will be chairman of the committee on girls work. Her committee includes Miss Winnie Turner, Mrs. M. c. Webb, and Mrs W. B. cobb. Alvln Huffman, Jr., was named chairman of the public 'Creation Myth' Course at U. of A. Nears Rejection FAYEITEVILLE, Ark, May 13. <UP^—A proposed course In the humanities which had the support of University of Arkansas President, Lewis Webster Jones, was out of the "required" category today but not, yet completely rejected. The faculty O f the College of Ails and Sciences turned the course down as a required subject for Sophomores by what was described as a "big majority," at a closed meeting yesterday. The course aroused the warlh ot . Fiiycttevllle's ministers when an | advance prospectus indicated .scvo- named ral lectures would deal with "the creation myth." Delayed' until next week was a proposal (o offer the course on an optional basis. Dean G. D. Nichols of the College of Arts and Sciences censured the members of the Universitv faculty who led the opposition to the course for "unethically" asking die local press to emphasize ministerial opposition "In ord^r to prejudice the vote.' 1 revision of constitution was headed by Alvin Huffman, Jr., and included the -following committcemen: Jack Thro. Kendall Berry, Oscnr Alexander, J. L. Gunn, and R. A. Nelson. Nine persons were named to committees who were not members of the board of directors. They are: A. R. Wetenkamp, Mrs. W. L. Horner, John McDowell, O. B. Kmid- sen. C. P. Rambo. the Rev. H. T. relations Kidd, Mrs. M. C. Webb. Mrs. W. D. commin'p.. K- O , . . . . r committee, Kendall Berry. Jerry cobb, and Dr. Alfred Vise. Poe, Louie Applebaum, and James — —I .^sTSth^^LiUc^ ^ h0 e?f;~: rs -: Housing Project Foils to Pay Off For Manufacturer LEWISBURG, Twin., May 13. 'UP)—Row after row of unsold houses. 40 all told, on "for sale" liill look down on Lcwisburg today where lamllles live two-deep for the most part. There appeared to be as many ifiisons ns there were unsold houses why tl-.u structures aren't occupied. The Florence Stove Works com- plelctl 50 IIOHW.S on- the hill In Lcwisburg last October, hoping to sell them to employes. Only 10 were sold. The company hasn't had «nv luck in even renting the others, uther. A rciil cslale man in the town of 9.000 s;iirt the reason is that urices for the frame dwellings, rangliiR from $9.500 lo SH.OCO, "nre too high. No on", around here has that kind of money." The resident manager for the clove worts, George Colburn, hits other explanations. Tlie clly of Lewisburg, he said wouldn't put in streels, water mains mid sewers, so 'lie compnny did It—at an added S.1.200 a house. TJie.'i ihc stove works hasn't been Betting the carload of steel daily it hoped to get, Colburn said. Instead of BOO workers and a »2,000,OCO aivsimi payroll, the stove plant has otl:y 350 to 400 workers and a payroll totalling less than |1,OCO,000 a year. Tivo pencil factories and a sho« factory in Lewisburg aren't running full steam, cither, Colbur.i added, anil (he company hasn't any prospect-of selling, the houses to people besides its employes, BE SURE YOU GIVE THE ^ A HER EXCEUENCr J 21JIW* _EXTt£ COST PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER , wmwm s ON S H O EE specializes in FITTING CHILDREN'S FEET We sludy the way your child walks, observing gail, carriage and weight placement. We study ll,e fool il- self—arch, toes, instep. We measure each foot wilh scientific accuracy. We examine your child's old shoes for tell-tale signs of wear and stress. Then we select the right pair of LITTLE YANKEE Shoes! LITTLE YANKEES are designed K> keep little feet normal. Let us fit your youngster in LJTTLE YANKEES today. 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MM the second floor, which the president 1 ! fmnlly cnllj mine and the first, need rclmltrt- ')"?'•* C ° Bl '"' 1 '" lll ° "Ws floor and become a Rood bliuo'bi'- ««io It broke out In (ho open, ho Mild, 'I'tiese space.? coiiirt lx> nilcd in wWi concrete for u "very substu,,- Bul, he »ilded, flre hazard* nl leoo Pennsylvania Avenue are "MTV well controlled" by virtue of ifimrds fl"» BKtIiiiruUhw* aivd goo Ing. «itdson'« group bns<Miiont, which examined the h* pronounced safe, and Mm first door. "There were no restrictions on i* R ,,rt the atmosphere wns very friendly " l,. finin. He snld his group will com* back Uiis Summer to examine the Tec pud mid third floors after engineers mve brought their Infornmtlo up to dnlc. "Wa looked up tlie stal- ca.ses today but we didn't want 0 bother tlio fmnlly," he said. Rend Courier News Wnnt Ads. Quick IUl|*f , MXTFK TWIH mi AT KIRBY'S THIS WEEK l.adi«s Hill Kolds-Slationery. 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