The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 26, 1952
Page 12
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TWBLYB (AKX.J UOUKltiK NbWS Arkansas News Briefs— McClellan to Address 62rTd Meeting of State Bankers By The Assolcated Press UTTLE ROCK—Sen. John L. McClcllan of Arkansas will address the 62nd annual Arkansas Bankers Association convention at Hot Springs tomorrow. Other speakers will include W. Harold Brcnlon, DCS Moines, In,, vice-president of tlie American Bankers Association; J, W. Bellamy, Jr., Pine Bluff, president of the Arkansas Association, and Dr. E. L. Butz, head of the department of agricultural economics at Purdue University. Nashville to Vote on Water Bond Issue NASHVILLE — Nashville voters decide on an $S5.000 water improvement bond issue at the noils here today. Funds from the bond issue woutd be u^ed to the dam at tile city-owned lake and construct an adilitlomil wnt••,• main into the city. The Issue would be financed by a 31/., mill property tax, payable with J953 taxes. 0. 6. Scott Named to Head Young Men's Club BRINKLEY—The new president or the East Arkansas Young Men's Club is O. B. Scott of Paragould. He is the father of Mrs. George Clark of Blytheville. Other new officers elected at the group's annual convention here j«sterday include Odell Pollard of Senrcy, second vice president; Elliott Plant of Bald Knob, third vice president; Thompson Hargrave.s of Hele:ia, secretaiy, and Charles Rudlsh of West Helena, sergeant-alarms. t The group also voted to hold Its 1053 Miss Arkansas Beauty pag- •a»t at Fortest City. The 1B52 contest will be, held at Newiwrt. Cherry fo Open Campaign in Paragould June 5 PARAGOULD—Chancellor ftancis Cherry ot Joneslwro says he win open hl> campaign for the Democratic, nomination for governor here June fl. One of the five nominee candidates, Rep. Boyd Tackett of Nash- rtlte, opened hlj campaign at Arkadelphia last/.wcek. Jack Holt of Little Rock, Is to open In Little Rock early in June. Ike Murry will open In mid-Jar* at an unnnnomiced location, and Gov. McMath begins M» at Pine Blu/f on June 28. to Hold Conference in Little Rock LITTLE ROCK—The Junior Bankers Section of the Arkansas Bankers Association will hold Its 29th annual educational conference here Thursday and Friday. Speakers scheduled to address the Friday morning session Include Jerry Fuess of Pine BUiff, slate association president; Hcrlon Ross of TMtarkana, association secretary and Lawrence E. Powell, treasurer. Carpenters Pick Hot Springs Man As New President LITTLE ROCK W>—John C. Mason of Hot Springs Is the new president of the Arkansas State Council of Carpenters, which concluded its 2-day convention here yesterday. Prior to election of officers, the council defeated a move to retain fl field representative for the union In Arkansas. Opponnts of the nica- iure said the representative's salary would be too expensive. But proponents sold It would be a move to •practically eliminate work step- pages In the state/' Other officers elected Included Paul A. Brewer of El Dorado, vice president, and E. Q. cannon of Pine Biuff, re-elected secretary- treasurer. Arkansan Free After Breaking Michigan Jail ST. JOSEPH, Mich. <IF)— An Arkansan Is one of two prisoners still at large after kicking his way free from a condemned jail here yesterday. A trio of prisoners, waiting transfer to another prison, knocked out a section of the wall and climbed down braces used to keep the Jail from onllnpslnj;. The condemned building Is adjacent to a new one million dollar jailhousc, which Is nenring completion. One of the prisoners was captured last nlsht. But 21-year-old Lawrence Staples of Little Rock, Ark., still Is free. He was being returned to prison as a parole violator. RESIGNATION NEAR - Informed sources close to Mohammed Mossadegh, above, say he has derided to resign his position as prime minister of Iran, Resignation ie expected aflei tie presents Iran's case against Bri'ain In the oil nationalization dispute to tlie World Court at the Hague, The Netherlands New Mousetrap Idea Told by Executive MARION. III. <AP) — The world Is n step nearer that better mousetrap. Henry Hoffman, 79. a retired executive started with a common trap and had a fishhook soldered onto the bait trisser. He explains the bait may he put on (lie hook barb so that the mouse that tries to slip It off eels hooked like li fish. Violent Death Toll Reaches 9 Two Arlcansans Die In Boating Mishaps; One Near Jonesboro Hy The Associated Tress Thicc. persons died In accidents In Arkansas this week-end to brlnn the state's violent death toll for the week to nine. Two Ai-kansans died In boating accidents. A 20-year-old CuUendale fisherman. Earl McAnulty. fell from his boat and drowned.Satur- day on Pino Lake near Camden, OimrMta County Coroner George B. Mathls said McAnulty. who was unable to swim, wns attempting to fret- 11 snagged line when he fell into the water. Chris Redd/nan. 33, a M'clner, Ark. rice farmer, drowned in Whisky Chute near Joneriboro Saturday. Deputy Sheriff Mack Peel said Redtlman and a companion were fishing when their boat capsi2ed. Reddman's body was recovered Sunday. In Arkansas' 1th reported fatal accident this week, and 18-year old Little Rock motorcyclist was killed In n motorcycle-truck collision near Arkadelphla Saturday. Sheriff IIo- wnrrt Arnold of Clark County said Ronald Roster, Eon ot Mr. and Mrs. John Koster ot LiUlc Rock, was killed instantly. His companion, Larry Mullin-j of Little Rock, who WJLS injured seriously, is In 11 Little Ro::k hospital. Holt Says McMath Sold Out Office Before His Election HARRISON. Ark. W 1 )—Jack Holt, a candidate [or EVmorrntic nomination for governor of Arkansas, says Clov. McMath Is "too busy to set up a political machine to run his ofllce." Holt said that McMath "sold the office before he entered it; wns loo young for the office of governor, and has completely neglected his gubernatorial duties because he's been too busy trying ... to g5t elected TJ. s. Senator In 1054." Holt's commetns were made in a speech In a hometown celebration in his honor at Harrison, Ark., Saturday night. Ciov. McMath. also a candidate, is seeking a third term in office. He said school teachers would be taken care of. the Highway Department would be taken out of politics, and "mir old folks will not be forgotten." M.ur\L)Ar, MAI' it), I9&3 FISH "BEAUTICIANS"—"Beauty treatments" for fish involve strenuous exercise for marine biologists Robert Dempster, left, and Tom Green, at Steinhart Aquarium in San Francisco. They are trying to xulxlue an alligator gar long enough to scrape its snout frco ol a marine fungus, and treat the creature. ORDINANCE Continued from Pnge 7 suance and delivery of Waterworks Revenue Bonds in connection therewith, was adopted at a meeting of the City Council of said city on May 23, 1052. and that said city contemplates the Issuance of said! bonds in the manner and as described in said ordinance. A public meeting of said city Council will be held at the City Hall in said City on June 11, 1952, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., at which time and place any [ person interested may appear and' present protests. This notice is given by order of aid City Council under date of fay 23, 1952. /s/ W. I. Malin City Clerk, >EAL) City of Blyiheville ORDINANCE NO. 527 AN OltDINAN'CK providing for Ozark High School Seniors Set For Long Tour Through East OZARK, Ark. (IF) — During the next 18 days. 52 members o[ the Ozark High School graduating class .-,?.** •'1 vmm a>: '^ >^-<pu * Barbers Choose Texarkana Man As President LITTLE ROCK Ol'l—The Arkan- sa.s State Association of Journeymen Barbers re-elected W. C. Hopkins of Texarkana. Ark., as its president at a 1-ciay convention here yestcrd;iy. : . Hopkins lina-serecd two previous terms as hcad~bf the association, which nlso named' Hoscoe A. Word. Camden. sccretary-trrn-jurcr: Joe Y. Baker, Van Ullren, first vice president; J. O. Hartwlck. Pine muff, second vice president, and J. E. Bnrleson, Paragould, third vice president. Chlorophyll Is found mostly In plants, but it probably occurs in Mime nnimals. will complete a tour that was two years in the milking. They boarded two school buses today, bound for Washington, New York. Canada — and an informal talk from Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. The members of the group have been working for two years at. old Jobs to raise money for the .trip. They have saved over S2.-100 and each student stuck away an extra $50—just to be sure he doesn't run short of cash. The graduates will stop at Arlington. Va.. Washington. New York City for a chat with Mrs. Roosevelt, St. Catherine's Ontario, Dearborn, Mich.. Ir.ciianapolis, St. Louis and back home. The school principal, Bently F. Straccner, said it would be the trip outside Arkansas for many of the students. Ornrk is located in the western section of the state, on the Arkansas river. Every rnedow drop ... A uch are anti-Communist in tenor. I.o,-,l r 1^;,^throughout Southern Italy at linV i.rnc being held FUEL OIL "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land STILL ONLY $^06 $>I86 fcj Tint fc* '!i Qf- niutn niMcn eouiwK »ms«rr. < mis « now. IDE nice immune », nwitnit. by Felix Carney There's truth in the old ln'onmk' UuU it's a smnll world. Wluit \vilh plans foi an internetii.iial TV link %vith Cubit and Mexico out of t>h<_ dream stajrc and into vcitlity . . . we're really getting "next door (o the world." Negotiations have boon completed . . .•uid the forthcoming link between New York and Mianr will be rxlciulrd to Cutwi within the next year. What dues thi.s mean ID TV viewers? It means "on-blind' viewini; o f events i n other ('ovintrics. It means a closer kinship with other peoples 'Mjr.eei- and better under, standing of world problems It's going to bring us to th. realisation that even though customs and cultures are dif feretvt. people are the sami (lie world over. They have th< same needs and wants . . . thi same color of blood . , . the same need for ponce and free <!<>m. A television set in you living room is your eye t< the world. It's a necessity theso days. When you want lelevisio with the sharp, clear pictures (he never-fail vision, yo want O.K. . . . The qu.ilit TV with the famous blac daylight tube. See it toda and depend on onr exnei technicians for yonr installa tion and service. We're a ways here to help yon a fU.YTHKVIT.T/K SAUCS CO 100 R. Main St. Phone: 36X6 a s[H>clal election In and for the City of Blytlieville, Arkansas, for tlie purpose of refeiring an ordinance to the, qualified electors of said city relating In tlie acquisition of a municipal watervs'orks and Ihp issuance uf revenue bonds in connection IheceuHJi. WHEREAS by ordinance c'.esig- imted No. 525 heretofore adopted by tlic City Council of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, provision has been made for Issuance of Watcr- worto Revenue Bonds of said city to the amount of 51,300,000, for the purpose of defraying the cast of acquiring a municipal waterworks system and prior to the acquisition of sneh waterworks and the issuance of the revenue bonds ns thereby contemplated it is deemed advisable that -said ordinance be referred to the (jualified electors of said city at a special election to be called and conducted as hereinafter provided; NOW. THEREFORE. Be It and It is Hereby Ordained by the City Council of the City ot BlytheviU*. Arkansas, as follows: SecUon 1. Tlial at a special election hereby called and ordered to be held In and for the City of BJytlievilJe, Arkansas, on Tuesday, the 10th day of June, 1552, there be referred to the qualified electors of said city the ordinance heretofore adopted by the City Council of said city designated as Ordinance No. 526 relating to the acquisition of a municipal waterworks and the issuance of revenue bonds in connection therewith. Section 2. That a certified copy of UiB ordinance be filed with the County Election Commissioners of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and same shall constitute authorization and direction thai ballots be pie- pared and printed for uie ai said special election with the words "Official Ballot for Blytheville. Arkansas, Special Election, June 10, 1052," printed on the back thereof, and the front or Inner side thereof to be In substantially the following form: Official Ballot, nlyihcrlllr, Arkansas, Special Election June 10, 1052 Vote on the following public measure by placing an <x) in the square opposite either tlic word '•For" or "Against": For Q Against n Ordinance No. 526 adopted May 23. 1952. providing for the acqui- 1 sition of a municipal waterworks system by the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, and tlie issuance of Waterworks Revenue Bonds in connection therewith. • * • List of Voters Number—. Section 3. That the city Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause the number, title ami full text of suid ordinance to be published for 1 one insertion in the Blytheville Courier News not less than seven (7) days prior to the date of said special election accompanied by notice to be in substantially the following form: Notice of Special Klection Public Notice is hereby given that the following ordinance will be referred to the qualified ejectors of the City of Blytheville. Arkansas at a special election to be held in and for said city on Tuesday, June 10. 1952. during the hours fron. eight o'clock A.M. until half past six o'clock P.M.. and that the form in which the ballot title for referring said ordinance will be printed upon the official ballot wtit b« nrfy. stantially as follows: . Vote on the following pubhe measure by placing an (x) In U» square opposite either the word "For" or "Against": • For a Against D Ordinance No. 520 adopted May 23, 1052, providing for the acquisition of a municipal waterworks system by the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, and the issuance of Waterworks Revenue Bonds in connection therewith. Said special election will be held at the regular polling places in and for each of the respective voting precincts for said city, /s/ W. r. Malin City Clerk, Blytheville, Arkansas ,. Section 4. That ssid election shall I' be conducted by the officials selected and at the polling places prescribed for voting precincts in said city and that the judges of the election in" the respective voting precincts cause copies of said ordinance, including the number and title thereof and the form of the election ballot, all as hereinbefore provided to be published, to be posted in each voting booth and at three conspicuous places near each polling place. Seclimi 5. if said ordinance referred at said election is defeated by a majority vote at said special election the City Council will make note of such fact and cxmmije such ordinance from its files and no further action thereunder will be carried out. Seclirm 0. Thnt by reason of the urgent necessity for the acquisition of a municipal waterworks by said city in order that pending plans fnr financing the improvement of the municipal sewer system of said city may be predicated thereon to preserve the health and welfare of the inhabitants, of said city, It is hereby declared that an emergency exists requiring this ordinance to take effect and be Iji force froriW atiri after its adoption as an administrative ordinance for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety, and it Is so ordained. Adopted and approved May 23 1352. /s/ Dan Blodgett Attest: Mayor /s/ W. I. Malin City Clerk (SKAl.) Recorded May 24, 1953 /s/ W. I. 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