The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1948 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, JUNE J4, 184* BLYTHEVn,!,!! (ARK.)' COUflfKR NE\VS Party Row Goes To High Tribunal Two Otc«olo Co*«t Ar* App«oUd t« Th« Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June M — (UP)—Two Little River Towrtihip members o( the Miuiulppi County Democratic Central Commltt« h»d before the Arkansas Supreme Court Oak Ridge to Get Natural Gas for Atom Laboratory OAK RIDOI. Term,. June 14. — (UP)—Only Federal Power Commission approval waa nbeded today to »et In motion plant by the Eut Tenneute Natural Oa» Co., Chattanoofa, to build a natural gas pipeline to this atomic center. J. C. Franklin, manager of Oak Rldie operatlona for the Atomic Kneriy Commission, announced last nit hi that a contract with the company to build the line had been 2 Candidates Withdraw from District Races today a double-harried action in which they seek to prevent three new members of the committee from serving with them on the county committee. The (hree new cornmltteemen— :ryan Herd, Clinton Sharp, and Smith—were appointed by 'Je&se Taylor, Blytheville, county committee chairman in a move to Increase the township representation from two to five as a- result of population gains in the since the last election. and W. A. Matheny were elected two yean sgo to represent the township. The principal duty on the township committeemen Is to supervise party primaries. The two cases reached the supreme court yesterday on appeal from circuit and chancery court decisions in the Osceola District of the t*o courts. The chancery court action was directed aaginst the authority of the counly committee officials to make the appointment* while the circuit court complaint sought to restrain the three new commltlee- I.rri'l.E ROCK, Ark., June 24. — (UP>—The 19+8 gubernatorial campaign remained a 9-man race today despite rumors that one er more candidates wou»d withdraw prior to yesterday's 8 p.m. deadline. Young Mother Admits Locking Child in Closet for 24 Hours SAN FRANCISCO. June 24 —, (UP) i—A young mother admitted; yesterday that she locked up her i five-year-old daughter In a foul-; smelling, dark closet lor more thiinj 24 hours because she was "(1111 of mischief" and "spilled things." Juvenile officers Tuesday rescued Sharon Stewart, nuked and halt- Democratic'Parly Secretary Har- • S|1U veA - r ' om lier . closet prison the girl wiis not there, llcurlnc muUlcd sounds o< .whblnx, tlie r>l- fleei-s entered n mom where Ihey saw a bnreini Ii:iirlriu1ing a door. ••The ri(Xir is looked." Upton sntd. "No it Isn't." Mild A small voice. "Here 1 am." Upton pulled ttu> UiueiMi i\svfty r.s well us u number of children's serious condition. Wi* welfhed XV ' pounds, about IS pound* lew than the average for her »»e. Doctors salt! she WM siilferlnc from malnutrition. The girl also told thai her mother had "hniid-cuffed" her U> her crib at home. MIK. Stewart said .the had kepi the child In a closet three or four times before, "I wns Just punishing mjr child In my own way," »he laid. Stewart denied knowing the child tlmM treated well." during the p»»t year. «ald Mrs. Stewart her other children "very iw SCHOOL t;i>;cTf(>N l« hereby given that the Komlner of Mississippi called an election lo he Counly County, ha. held In Uurdelle School Dl.slrlcrno, 1» at Mississippi County, on the «lsl day of July. 19«, at'which the qualified electors In sulil School j Dt.trlct >hall vote „„ the question j of a lo«n from the Revolving Loan vey G. Combs said the nine names would appear on the July 27 preferential primary ballot. Meanwhile, Combs received only two last-minute withdrawals from district races, while all other slate contests remained unchanged. Mrs. Ruth Hale of Little Rock pulled out of the much-disputed ilfned. It would be In effect for 30 years Irom the date on which actual delivery of gas starts, but can be terminated on 13 months' within notice of the ABC. FPC approval is neceexary before actual construction can begin. The line would be about ISO miles long! race for judge of the capital city's and will supply 64,000,000 cubic feet newly-created Domestic Relations of natural ia> dally to Oak Ridge. Introduction of natural (as here, Franklin said, would Insure un. . . i broken production of fissionable "«"»'' i m«terl») at the huge atomic laboratories and also reduce operating costs at the plants. Gas first will be Court, Her withdrawal, made reluctantly after the supreme court ruled she should have qualified in all four counties of the First Chancery District instead of In Pulaskl County alone leaves Atty. Gen. any E. Wil- while her mother pir-nk-ked at the l>each and her father u us off on a fishing tii|> The girl said she hud been there since Monday morning. ijUer, itollce arrested her mother, Mrs. Esther Stewart 29, and her falher. Robert, 32. They were taken to jail on charges of cruelty and j on her heel and [our o( mistreatment ol a child. Stewart,, were inlsstnu. city fireman, was suspended from ! "Mommy put the department. j Their other two children', Robert Michael. 7. and Judy. 3. were taken i from them and placed In the Ju-' venlle detention home. ^ Terming U "the worst case of' deliberate neglect and punishment | in my e.\i>frieiice," Probation. Of- i . . piped into the gaseous diffusion U- ! Hams imopjwsed for the Democratic 235 plant, then to other production' nomination. centers and eventually, Franklin' The other withdrawal came from Fort Smith, also of port said It here. wan hoped, to residences Leader of Arkantat' Women Democrat* Plant Ocie A. Rogers of leaving Pat Garner, Smith, unopposed as stale senator. Son-in-Law of Senator To fats Up Convention I Killed by Lightning Bolt JONESBORO. Ark,. June 24 IUPI —A leader of Democratic women in Arkansas today began a one-wo- CHARLESTON. S. C, June 24.— (UPI—Funeral services were plan- fleer Arthur Uplon said Juvenile authorities Intend "to take Sharon nway from tlie parents perniiineiH- ly and lo take the other two children away from them temporarily." When officers . arrived at the home on tile complaint of neighbors who henrd the child's cries, they found her 74-year-old £raud- falner, Narciso Celine, who said cruwled out. imkcd »ml covered »'illi her own tilth. Her mulled h.ilr hung wildly over her luiir- stuined fuel 1 . Her body wns chiifetl and red. .She hjui « minor Infect Ion her I will In the closet." she said "No. I wasn't navunty." "Why did your mommy pis; you In the close!?" Hilton u.vkeii. "Because " "Did you tell your mommy not to pin you In Die closet V" "Yes." "I hiul bieaklKsi lodny." she con- mart valuation ot th* tuabi* property in the dlntrici w long a la necewary to repay Mid loan u>4 the Interest thereon Such ejection .shall be held at Burdette School on the 21st day of July, 1941, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock P.M. and 8:30 o'clock P.M., and otherwlne In the jame manner a> li provided bf Inw for lioldlnf annual »chooi election*. WiTNBfw my hand Utia i»m day o( June, IIM*. JOHN MAYM County SuperrUor, MlulMlppI County. «!17-24-7|l tinned. "Mommy -jive me inaciirnni srvlud and siibm! nnd milk, i didn't have any bi't>ak!:iM ye.slcrdny. but It had lunch -milk. Nn dinner lust IliKlll." j /H Sun I'VnnoiM'o H<«i>llal. al-j lendiints pnve her n biilll nlul | wuslied her h^ir. she wus not in Three Planet Collide; One Falls in Flames DETROIT. .June 24. — (UPI decision can be reached by :me court before the dates ofr . :me court before the dates for! ocratic party primaries this Summer i a. • i - - -« • i_i the i cause "' hls « v " r 'S nts I Consequently, she notified Dem- Secretary Harvey Combs i that she will not attend the Phil «nd new committee men are scheduled lo be elected it that time. International Harvester Worker* Get Pay Kaitet CHICAGO. June 24.—(UP)—The CIO United Automobile Workers announced agreement today on third round pay raise of 11 cents nn hour for 25.000 workers at six farm equipment plants of Inter- nationa] Harvester Co. Richard Gosser. Detroit. International vice president of the union said the wage proopsal would be submitted for ratification by plant locals. Plants covered by the proposa pare at Fort Wayne. 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