The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1952 · Page 7
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May 29, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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.THURSDAY, MAT 29, 1958 Arkansas News Briefs— Young Negro to Get 'Chair 1 April 1 for Slaying Farmer Bjr The AMocUlt4 Pr<«« FORDYCE-A young Negro today faced death in the Arlcaraa. electric chair lor the March 26 slaying or » Dallas County farmer Nineteen-year-old WiUon Wright, was convicted or « re t degree murder Ute yesterday by » Circuit Court jury here that deliberated only 21 minutes before reaching a verdict. Wright waived the customary 6-day waiting period berore «,ue, lce , and Judge John M. Golden promptly sentenced him to die Aug. 1. Pine BluH Firm Files tor Incorporation LITTLE ROCK-Artlcles or Incorporation were filed In (he secretary ot slate's office here yesterday for R. G. Varner steel Products Inc.. of Pine Bluff. Authorized capital was listed at $50,000. incorporate™ were R. G. Varner, Jamie Ruth Varner and Dale C. Hendrix of Shipment of Frozen Arkansas Strawberries Seized ST. LOUIS-A shipment of frozen Arkansas strawberries, consisting or 5.418 cans, was seized here yesterday on a complaint by the Fed eral Food inspectors that the lot contained decomposed berries. Sea-Going Dinosaur's Bones Found in State ARKADELPHIA-The r»-niil]Ion-ycBl-old fossilized bones of a •ea-golng dinosaur have been found near here. Arkonsans Die In B-36 Crash FT. WORTH, Tex. tfl — One Arkansan was killed and another Injured in (he crash of a B-36 bomber at Cavswell Air Force base here yesterday. Dead, is Airman 2-c John C. Clark, 19, whose mother, Mrs. R. S. Clark lives on Route 6 Box 601 near Pine Bluff, Ark. Injured was Airman 2-C James M. Poole, Jr., KOSE 860 on Your Dial PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday, May 30, 1952 5:00 -Sign on 5:00—Musical Roundup 6:00—World News 6:05—Musical Roundup 6:45—Keiser Gospel Tim« 7:00—News 7:05—Yawnin in the Mawnin 7:55—According to the Record 8:00—World News 8:15—Morning Devotional 8:30—Guy Lombardo Time 8:45—Lawrence Welk Show 9:00—Woman's Viewpoint 9:30—Concert Master 10:CO—World News 10:06—Gospel Gems 10:45—Herald of Healing 11:00—World News 11:05—Farm Frolics 11:30—Wilson on. the Air 12:00—News * MarkeU 13:15—Moon Serenade 1:00—Behind the World Newi 1:05—Matinee Melodic* 1:30—Tops In Pops 2:00—Arkansas News 2:05- -Hillbilly Roundup • 3:00—World News 3:05—Heptime . 4:00— Blythevill* Courter News 4:05—860 Club 5:00—Social Security 5:15—Music for Motoring 5:30—World News 5:35—Sportsma n 5:45—Supper Serenade 6:55—News 7:00—Sign off FARM LOANS You Can Pay ANYAMOUNT at ANYTIME from farm income without penalty Thii t'amtmi FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE i* wrillen into your n»te irfcen you bn-rr. a lunnfrom TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds Free Picture Of Your Cafch Just brins jour jrtrlnj of B»h to «»r store and well lake > plctore for you »ny time until 9:M P.M No eharje at all. Good lick I* T«» «B TO«r fish In,. Barney's Drug CAMEKA HEADQUARTERS ** W. Main pj,. nt j«47 ». spii of James Poole. 603 S Washington street, Nashville, Ark. Negro Donates Fund Pine Bluff Noffro toaehcl . , e ° st™ ' . d °'"V cd $15 ' 000 towa '-<» eon'•' "•«r'liinfr a , !3 : room b!i ic* house _. „ B! " ff to be used for a Nesr- ro Center for the blind. Mrs vit -y of h^a^r 1 ^ in m — (ARK.) COURnm NCW8 UN TRUCE CHIEF - Maj.- Cen. William K. Harrison, above has been appointed head ot Hie UN truce delegation at Pan- muniom. He replaces Vice Ailrn C. Turner Joy, who returns to the United states to assume command of the United Stales Naval Academy. Police Rescue Boys Adrift in a Boat MILWAUKEE, Wis. W; _ Two young boys were playing in a boat anchored in the Milwaukee River when one of them unfastened the rope that held It. It slipped from his hands and two scared kids went floating down Ihe river. Three cops acme ind started after them in a rowboat They hitched a ride with a motorboat and caught the drifters after they had floated 300 yards. Tlie youngsters, Richard Kles- Little Rock School Board Under Fire Of Labor Group LITTLE ROCK M>i_The Arkansas Federation or Labor condemned the Little Rock School Board In > resolution last night for alleged "flagrant discrimination against organized workers." The Federation charges that the Board refused to hire a young teacher because or his activities in helping organize a teachers union here. The accusation was denied bv Pay] Y. Griffin, president of the School Board. . Federation officials charged that the contract or Hugh Donoho, 24- yoar-oid mathematics teacher at West Side Junior High School was not renewed because he helped organize AFL Teachers union local 1149. Two Dead, One in 'Fair' Condition in Stabbing LITTLE ROCK «>>-Elvis Van Buren Eldridgc. 56. wounded in a knifing here yesterday in which two men were killed, was reported in "fair condition" by Baptist Hospital loday. Killed In the nght on a Fourche Creek bridge were Cecil C. Aldrlilge, about 50. and Negro Eugene Wright nge 39. Bauxite to Arkansas LITTLE ROCK </P>—The first shipment or bauxite from mines In Jamaica will leave Kingston, Jamaica, today destined for the Reynolds Metals Company plant at Hurricane Creek, Ark. zcynski, B. and Ronald Romleskl, 8, were more scared of the "visit" with their parents than they had been in the boat. Read Courier News Classiried Ads Month-End Specials NYLON HOSE Frist Quality 51 Ga.-15 Denier Beautiful Shades First time offered at this low price 1 GROUP LADIES DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES Broken Sizes, Some Slightly Soiled Volucs Up ^\ OO to 7.95 / MEN'S FIRST QUALITY SOX (•• Assorted Colors 1 GROUP LADIES DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES Broken Sizes & Lots 7.95, 8.95 &9.9S Values 6 77 1 GROUP MEN'S SHOES In Broken Sirei Values up to 12.95 While they last 1 LARGE GROUP CHILDREN'S ACROBAT SHOES Good Sizes in Narrow and Medium Widths Smart Pastel Colors Regular 5.95 & 6.95 Values $497 KELLEY'S "Your Friendly Shoe Store" In Blytherille Neighbors Sue as Bird Bath Keeps Washings From Going on Line LOS ANOBLES W)~MK. Lcola Cason, 80-year-old widow. | S C |!L'°' the birds - B '« her n«lghbor« mreii'l. They've aued her for t!4.150. Mr. ana Mrs. Jeff C. Early w | ne °' ," e , arby Ill ele»'ood comolaii, £,* S , K M " C "™" pia a bird Mth In her buck yard two years ago andI began S c»tterln B crumbs and seeds, Mr... Earlywine hasn't dared hang out her wash The couple claims rtnmage to * Note to Trespassers: '' Wanna Be a Lawn!' BUFFALO. N. y. M>j_ C aretalt "sat St. Matthews Church '»»y— I wanna be a lawn! — — — State Tax Collections Hit Peak _ LITTLE ROCK m _ Arkansas Revenue Commissioner Carl p Parker says stale tax "collections' for Hie 1951-52 revenue year totaled record high of 895,077813 mV" "T hlgtl of $97 - 2 mtm <>» I be alialnod for the ye.ir «he;i million in taxes from other departments Is added, he said (wn h ""A"" 01 "* nnd sol « <«<* -Uo of Arkansas' biggest Income Producers — set records. Gasoline taxes totaled $26,000,704. The sales tax brought in $27.364,Taxes on cigarettes and liquor sales dropped from last year, but Ihe decline wa.s more than made up «"!lh the .special taxes levied on commodities by the 1951 Legislature. Tlie cigarette tax brought in T^Z 8 "' """ " <C '"""" "" «'The 2-cent » pack levy placed on BLYTHEVIUE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 "nance ?r» s""'"""y °< Arkansas leal School's Teaching H here, product »2,206.4*3 The cent excise lax on liquor IHWK for th, Pu-bnc r H-fl LTCRS ?UflLiTY SHOC SHOT i ' w M a . KI *L -r Sale Savings on M-W Appliances REGULAR 264.95 M-W SUPREME "~* 239.88 ">-,, Big savings. 50-lb. capacity full-width freezer. Twin-sliding Food Fresheners hold 19 q t s . o f fruit and vegetables. Roomy interior gives 1 8.5 sq. ft. of shelving. 5-year v/arranly on unit. REGULAR 224.95 M-W DELUXE 7.1 cu. It. 193.00 «•* Save dollars on this M-W wi* 35-lb. capacity full-width freezer. Sliding, glass-topped Food Freshener holds 9/2 qts. 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