The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1952 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 6, 1952
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COUREEB FRIDAT, «, 10M Arkansas News Briefs— Artificial Lake Will Be Built On Capitol Grounds of State By The Associated Pr»w UTTIiE ROCK—A one and a holf ncre artificial lake will be con- «truct«d on the Capitol grounds here. Construction is scheduled to start in about two weeks. Tlie project Is sponsored jointly by the Arkansas Gome and Fish Commission ajid Secretary of Btntc C. o. Hall. It will be located In back of tlio new Onrnc and Fish Commission building and will Iw stocked v/Uh native fish. Commission Executive Secretary T. A. McAinis said the Commission hope* to use the lake for fishln? demonstrations and contests. The lak« will be fed by natural springs nnd the overflow of water from an aquarium In Uie Commission building. Woodruff County Democrat Sold to Tom Allen COTTON PLANT—Publisher Tom Alton of Drinkley IB tile new owner of the Woodruff County Democrat here. Mrs. M. A. Dillon, former owner of the weekly paper, announced the sale yesterday. Allen, a past president of the Arkansas press Association, also owm the Brlnkley Citizen and tho Monroe County Sun, In Clarendon, Ark. Arkansas Congressmen Split Foreign Aid Vote WASHINGTON—Arkansas' congressmen split, 4-2, yetU-rday on the House vote approving a compromise $4.447,730,750 foreign aid hill. Rcpe. GaUiings, Harris, Hays and Trimble voted for the mr-asurc. Reps. Mills and Norrell oppascd it. Hep. Tacfcett did not vole. Batesville Man to Direct Guard Range Firing JJTTLE ROCK—Col. Lucian Abraham of Batcsville will direct rifle range firing by more than 1,000 members of the 153rd Intnntry Regiment, Arkansas National Guard Camp at Camp Robinson this weekend. Ma). Ernest McDanield, juard operations officer, said it would be lh« largest single operation of its kind in the camp this year. Jeff Speck Will Not Disclose Names of Eisenhower Visitors UTTKE ROCK (/P)—A spokesman for the Arkansas delegation to greet 1 Gen. Dwight p. Eisenhower in Abilene, Kas., will not disclose the names of other Arkaiisnns present •t a closed door session with the general. Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Jeff Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, Ark., a leader In the Arknn- •as Eisenhower movement, said only that' "other delegates to the GOP national convention were present." He wild the Arkansas delegalton was "the first to meet with the general" Wediuwdfvy night. Speck, - who called Elsenhower "the most sincere man I've ever met", and "a man with no political obligations," was not alone In refusing to name the other Arknnsans In Kansas. Ben. Frank Carlson (R-Kane) said the "plnn was not to name (.he del' gales." Ho said that sevens iclbgntns from six states who wen o Abilene as Taft .supporters, "an now for the general." The name of only otic other Ar cansan, other than Speck, Is known Ic is Harry Craig of Caraway, Ark,, a delegate to the Chit-ago convention from the 6th Arkansas Con- cessional District. "LfON" ROARS AGAIN— Flu dolfo Gratia ni, above, one-time Italian Viceroy for Africa, who was called Mussolini's "Lion of Africa," helped to spark the ce- surgence of the neo-Fascist party, the Right-Wing M. S. 1., which made significant gains in the recent Italian elections. Graziani, who recently completed serving a sentence imposed by an Italian Military Tribunal for collaboration with the Germans, spoke before enthusiastic rallies of his oarty. 4,500 Cheer Cherry At Paragould Opening FOUR INTO TREE GOES NICE—Three of four Iree-(lwi4ljng killcns stare al the photographer from their hollow-branch nest in the yurd of Karl E. ShappeU's Crevc Cccur. Mo., home. When a .stray r^t made the nesl in iho tree and j;ave hirtli lo (he kittens u month ago, Shnppoh" thought it would be fine—keep starlings and sporroxv.s n\v;iy- So f;ir. none of the five felines has shown any interest in catching birds. The kittens have never been on the ground. (Continued bonded debt." 126 MJHkm ArmiUbU He said that last year a total of 26 million dollars, Including federal aid. was available tor highway construction and added: "So it is apparent that we are not- required to increase the gasoline tax, nor to Issue additional bonds at this time In order to have a highway construction program reasonably designed to replace our worn out highways over a. reasonable period of years." He added: "I am willing for the governor to take the votes of those he has favored ami [ will. In turn, take the votes of all those he promised to favor but failed to live up to his promise, and I will beat him 5-to-l :n the process, because for every promise he has kept he has broken five." Would Name Woman Judge Cherry also promised lo appoint at least one woman to the Highway Commission if he Is elected. Oti other points, the chancellor charged that "the present tax structure as a whole is a disgrace,' and called for a "complete revision of the tax structure." He said that any tax revision must provide for distribution ol total revenue In accordance with Brick Company In Labor Case Malvern Firm To NLRB Action WASHINGTON tiT> — The Acme Brick Company of Malvern, Ark., today faced a trial examiner's re- commeiulation to the National Labor Rein (Inns Bonrtl that it be found guilty of unfair labor practices, Following a review of a 2-ycnr- old strike by AFL brick workers against Acme, trial examiner J. J Fitzpj\trick recommended ycstcnlaj Hint the company be forced to plociye that. It: 1. Would not threaten employes with loss of Jobs for voting to strike 1 ; 2. Would not Interfere \vlth em- ployes nUcmpling to organise B lu- bor union; 3. Would bargain collectively, nnd 4. Would reinstate, without prejudice, all employes who struck the firm May 8, 1950. Death Toll Up To 7 in State Pine Tree Boy Dies in Accident; Mill Worker Killed By The Assacialed Press Arkansas' \vlolent death to!! for the wuck b^KinninK Monday to seven with the death of Uvo children nnd n mill worker yesterday lThurfic!ay>. Eight-year-old Carl ErJwarit Man- i-okl. son of Mr, mill Mrs. O. A. Mangold of Pine Tree. Ark., was njurcd fatally In a farm accident. The boy, riding in a wu^on. was fhmg to the ground nnd dragged MH'eral hundred feet when the team iiolled. At Madison, Ark., n 20-months- old bnby girl \vus crushed to death beneath a yatu anrhway \\lien .she stumbled against it, causing it to l She is survived by her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Cross of Hughes, Ark. Whnrlon Lannlcy, a 32-year-oVI paper mill worker, died of electrical shock received at the International Paper Company Mill at CilUcnciale. Ark. He Is survived hy Ills wife, two sons, his father, three brothers nnd a sister. WARNING onm:ii a the Chancery Court. Cliiclca- La District. Mississippi tlotmty, Arkansas. Ada Todd, I'll. vs. No. 12,012 Noell Todd. DII. The defendant, NocU Todd, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ada Todd. Dated this 3 day of June, 1052. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Laverne Hall, D. c. C. p. Cooper, ntty. fur ptf. Ed B. Cook. ntty. ad litcm. 66-13-20-27 WARNING OIUIKIt In the t'hancery (\nirl, Cliicka- suwlia District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Carol King, Ptf. vs. . No. 12,071 Herbert KinK, Dft. The defendant. Herbert King, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named ii the caption hereof and unv.vcr the complaint, of the plaintiff, Carol Kins. Dated Iliis 3 day of June. 1052. Harvey Morris. Clerk- By Anita Sykes. D. C. Claude F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. p:d U. Hook, atty. nd litcm. U,G 13 20 27 August Draft Call Set WASHINGTON «•> — The Army yesterday issued a draft call for 29,000 men in August. from Page 1) the importance and need o( the various agencies of the government, and added that public education la one of the most Important of these 'unctions. Autry Plan i ited "With certain modifications, I subscribe to the present law known as the Autry plan for distributing the revenue presently derived for schools," said Judge Cherry. But he added that the Autry plan is not solution to the school problem because It does not deal with the obtaining ol total revenue for school purposes. "The need of the schools cannot be solved by a solution of the problem of distributing equitably such funds as are presently collected bj the state," he said. "The primarj need of the schools Is for a certain and definite source ol revenue in sufficient amount to supply the overall need, including the funds necessary if a minimum salary law lor teachers is to be enacted as It should be." Corruption Assailed Judge Cherry assailed the high price of obtaining political office In Arkansas, and said that large campaign expenditures was largely responsible for "the corrupt situation existing in this state." He pledged that he would not accept any campaign contributions with ttrlngi attached by th« river. The judge also critlcuwd th» iA-' ministration's handling of pardon* and paroles for convirtj. and said that, "I shall not . . , promlscuoiu- ly free convicted criminals." Judge Cherry did not one* m«n- tlon any of his four opponents by name, but he constantly referred to "the governor." But he said that each or his opponents "must share to a degree the responsibility for the condition and plight of our state government today." "The records of (he other candidates for governor reflect that each of them has had some part In recent years In the administration of your stale government either as a legislator, an attorney general or governor," he said. The judge spoke from the lawn of the Greene County Courthouse here, and his address was broadcast over a 17-slatlon. state-wide radio hookup. £ Paragould Chief of Police Sam Hunt estimated the crowd at 6,000, but a spokesman for Cherry put the crowd at 4,500 and said a heavy rain throughout East Arkansas yesterday afternoon cut the attendance. Judge Cherry was introduced by W. F. Kirsch, Paragould attorney and former state senator. Tn an apparently surprise move, the Bar Associations in the six counties of judge Cheng's district put their official approval on his campaign. A representative of the Bar from Craighead, Greene, Ctay, Crittenden, Poinsett and Mississippi Counties attended the ceremonie* in an official capacity. 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