The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1952 Arkansas News Briefs— Six-State Police Alarm Issued For Negro Wanted in Slaying By The Associated Press STUTTGART—Arkansas Slate Police issued a six-state alarm this morning lor a young Louisiana Negro, who is wanted lor questioning in the death of a Sluttgart night, watchman. Buddy Stringer, police chief here, said the 24-year-oId Negro. Lon- nle Cooper, disappeared from Ills Job at the Townscn Lumber Company after cashing his check Saturday. The watchman, 71-year-old Charles Bowman, also employed by the Townsend company, was found beaten to death yesterday, and was bellsred killed late Saturday night. Cooper had told fellow workmen he formerly lived in Tallulah, La. Chief Stringer said Ban-man wa.s known to carry large sums of money on his peraon. He said the victim's one-room house was ran- Labor Commissioner Joins Federal Service LITTLE HOCK~-S!at« Labor Commissioner c. K. Call is Joining the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. He announced his resignation yesterday, effective June I.. Henry Woods, Qov. McMath's executive secretary, said Deputy Labor Commissioner S. P. Dixon would serve *s acting commiBsioncr Call, who is In ^'ashlngton. was appointed by Gov. McMath In 1949 H« previously was employed by the Arkansas Democrat for 27 years n a Hnoejpe operator. He is a member of Local 92, International Typographical Union (AFLK Lepanto Firm Files Articles of Incorporation LITTLE ROCK -Articles of incorporation were filed here yester- <t»J by Three Sons, Ina. of Lepanto. Th. Mulberry Telephone Company. Inc. of Mulberry, also filed. .Tockett Names Campaign Head LITTLE ROCK OF)— Ed Light!e » Senrcy attorney, will become Rep. Boyd Tackett's campaign manager on June l. Tackett. one of five cnndldatei jieekln? the Democratic nomination for Governor of Arkansas, made the announcement lust night. Parking Meter Unlike Wife, Policeman Finds DENVER </p>-Tr«fflc Policeman JOB Breusch says he found this scrawled on a card stuck in downtown pnrklr% meter: • "Out of order, won't take money. Oad.^how i wisn my wife was like J*ead Courier News Classified Ads. BLYTHEVtU.E (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS DOWN TO HER LAST "CHIP"-Muriel U,, ick ittvors lh c ,,„ Labor Leader Hits Ford Plan For Teacher-Education in State LITTLE HOCK Wj — William J. McCorley Jr.. assistant director of the Labor League for Politl;al Education, opposes the Ford Foundation plan for teacher-education in Arkansas and says "Arkansas can do without It." MrSoorlcy. here to address the 46th annual convention of the Arkansas State Federation oj I^nbor today, snld he didn't think any corporation should be allowed to set up the educational system of a state. "What the rord Plan does should be handled by the community," he said. MeSorley also spoke ngalnst the federal housing cutback. He called the cutback a "farce" and said It would "actually coat taxpaters more money." 'It has been proved that tt would cost more to support slums in the stale of New Jersey than it would to replace them with new housing units." McSorley said. McSorley also assailed the proposed Pulbright amendment to the Wslsh-Healy Act. He said that Sen Fulbrighl (D-Ar!o was "doing a dls-service to the people of Arkansas and working people bf the country with his proposal." Earlier Ralph Wright, assistant secretary of labor hod expressed a similar view on Fulbright's proposal Under Fulbilghfs proposal, minimum wage scales required by the federal government In Industries obtaining government contracts would vary according to th» wage scale preralem, in the community in which the Industry is located. The act sets a national minimum. Ft, Smith Man Dies of injuries JT SMITH. Ark. M>,_A. 78-year- old Ft. Smith antique dealer died here yesterday of Injuries suffered In a tra/flc accident last Wednesday. 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Fulbright Gets More Support For Presidency AH Special Washington Service WASHINGTON M'j-Rep Brooks Hays. Jim Trimble and other Arkansas friends of Hen. Fulbright say they are ready in Jump In behind any move to advance the Arkansas Senator as a serious cnndl- dnte for the Democratic presidential nomination. With oov. Mi-Math's recent a«- Jioimcwnent iliat he favors sending the Arkansas deleuation lo the national convention pledger! to Fill bright (lie move nicked up strength. Arkansans here figure- (hat if n e could pirti up Hddliiomii support here and In his state he would go Arkansas Car Plates To Be Whit* with Blue Letters in 'S3 U-rn.F. ROCK W) _ Arkansas passenser car plates for 195:1 «111 have blue letters on a while background, w. H. I,. Woodyard, director of the Motor Vehicle Division of the Slate Revenue Department, announced. The new truck tags, which go on .fflle July I, it-Ill hnvc a bright red background with white letters. Read Courier News Classified Ads, Into (he convention In a posltinn to nttntct considerable attention They figure that lie would be acceptable uolh to the northern and southern Ufinocrallc factions. Nashvilie Rejects Water Bond Issue NASHVILLE, Ark. M, - Voters turned down a proposed $85,000 wnter Improvement bond issue here yesterday, 308-I4S. TJie plan called for constructliiK an additional water main Into the city and fl ,| sing the level of (he clly-ownnt dam. Gambling Tax Paid _UTTLK HOCK (/I-,-A Rambling OS?/ 86 PROOF /»t >4 ; ' dujmore ^7 GLENMOR Land at Navy Installation Transferred from Agri WASHINGTON UP) _ Snmt lit acres or land at the a s Naval Ammunition Depot at Shumake- Ark.. 13 bolnx transferred from the Agriculture Department to the Navy Department. 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