The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1951 · Page 6
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BLI'l'HETlLLK. (ARK.V COURICT NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1951 Arkansas Nen's Briefs— Court Rejects 2nd Try to Halt School Entrance Fee Collection Kj THE ASSOCIATED PRES HARRISON—A second attempt to prevent the Haylson tchool eMMrlct from eollectlng entrance fees has been rejected In Boone County Chancery Court. Chancellor J. Lloyd Shouse yesterday ruled agtVln.st the intervention complaint of T. F. Burnett and Dan Walker on the ground that they had not paid (lie special charge, which was designed to finance, operation of a full nine-month term. Burnett and Walker had intervened in a multi-pronged action brought by Lewis Dowell, former state legislator, against school officials. Most of Dowell's suit was dismissed Dec. 13. Yesterday Shouse, ruling on the remainder of Dov/ell's complaint, restrained school board member Arils Milburn from selling merchandise to the school district. Arkansas Seeks Survey of Columbine Ore LITTLE ROCK—Arknnsa.'; 'rants the federal government to spend t2M,COO on a survey to determine If commercial production of col- umblum would be feasible In this state. This was disclosed last night by Wayne Fletcher, executive director of the Arkansas Resources and Development Commission. He said the R. and D. Is negotiating with the federal government for such • survey. Fletcher said columbium ore. recently discovered In Arkansas, produces a material necessary In production of stainless steel and for manufacture of Jet engines. He spoke at a Christmas party of the Little Rock Purchasing agents Association. Piggott Marriage Involved in Investigation MARION, 111.—A do\ible wedding ceremony Involving a 13-year-old Khool girl to » 46-year-old truck driver and his divorced wife to the child bride's father was under Investigation today. The three adults Involved were held in Jail pending filing of charges of contributing to the delinquency of » minor. State's Attorney Carl Sneed of Williamson County salt! the two eouple§ were married In a double ceremony'last Wednesday at Pfg- «oH, Ark. Jesse Trusty, the truck driver, married Margaret Meyers, a teventh grade pupil, while her lather. Fred Meyers. 55, a coal miner •nd * widower, wed Gladys Trusty, 39, who wns divorced from Trusty last Tuesday. It was her third marriage. Sneed uld that Meyers «nd Trusty, who ure neighbors In near- kr Fonlton. told him they obtained the marriage licenses In Arkansas bj I*Tin[ Margaret'! age u 18. Marianna Hat 'White Christina*' lor Needy MARIANNA, Ark,—It was five days early and there was no mow. But Marianna had > "white Christmas" last night. Marianna Boy Scouts gave a party. The price of admission was » Christina* gift wrapped In white tissue. The gift* will be distributed' to M needy fimllle*. 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