The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 9, 1952
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•WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, }952 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Arkansas News Briefs— State's Farmers Place 20,783 Bales of Cotton in CCC Loans Bj THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW ORLEANS—Arkansas farmers placed 20,193 bales of the 1951 cotton crop In the Commodity 'credit corporation's loan program through Jan. 3, the Production and Marketing Administration reports. The PMA said repayments had been made on 9055 bales. Conway Votes to Inttolt Parking Meters *• CONWAY—Resident* of Conway voted 602 to 678 yesterday <or the Installation of parking meters. Conway is Arkansas' 29th city to okay meters. Arkansas GOP Fund Gets $100 from Louisiana LITTLE ROCK—A Loulsla'nan has offered $100 toward financing a Republican preferential primary In Arkansas with these words: "All Republicans are in the same boat, trying to defeat Truman." Jasper B. Smith Jr., of Monroe, La., wrote the Arkansas Gazette,' asking where he could send money to the lund, About $75,000 Is needed for the primary, proposed by Harold Stassen, candidate for the GOP Presidential nomination. Arkansas Events in Washington By Gordon Brown WASHINGTON Vf) — R«p. Oren HarrU says he has no Intention of making the race for governor of Arkansas this year. There had been rumors that the El Doradoan might make the race in event Rep. Boyd Tackett doesn't. The reasoning back of this was that If Tackett doesn't run for governor he and Harrl* IDtely would stage an elimination race for Congress In the new district In which both now reside; that Karri's might prefer to enter the governorship race than a knock-down congressional primary fight. Nothing to it, says Harris; he's running for Congress »nd nothing "In the first place," he said, "I'm not interested in being governor. In the second I don't want to make that campaign. "And In the third." he added with a grin, "My wife won't let me." 'We Shouldn't Object to High Taxes/ McMath Says NEWPORT—Gov. McMath says America should not object to paying high taxes, After all, said McMath, "99 per cent of the people are better off than they have ever been before." The governor spoke at a stockholders meeting of the Merchants and planters Bank here yesterday. L. S. (Bill) Brockinton fined $50 for Contempt LITTLE ROCK—L. B. (BU1J Brockinton, unsuccessful 1950 can- 0 didate for lieutenant governor of Arkansas, has been fined $50 for ^rcontempt of court. Pulaskl Circuit Judge Quy Amsler cited Brockinton, of North Little Rock and Conway, for failure to appear In court as a co-defendant In a lawsuit filed by Ernest R. Keller of Conway. Keller Is seeking $6,972 as the alleged unpaid balance on a promissory note made to him by Brockinton in August, 1950. Hall Accepting Party Loyalty Pledges for 1952 LITTLE ROCK—Party loyalty and corrupt practices pledges fty Democratic primary candidate* tit being accepted by Secretary of State O. O. Hall. t Hall said yesterday that he if accepting the pledges from senatorial candidate* on the basis of the re-appointment plan made by the Etat* Board of Re-Apportionment. Rep. Wilbur Mills doesn't look for Congress to take up any new tax bill this year. Since the Arkansan is highly placed on the House Ways and Means Committee which initiates tax legislation, he's 'In a position to speak with authority. Mills said he believes that the present tax rates are about as high as the country can stand. His view is that the government must cut spending, even to the point of ellm inating some worthwhile services It now renders the people. While there can be no let-down In the defense effort, he said, still every effort should be made to scrutinize defense spending to prevent waste. Feb. 18 Set for Suits on Legality of Segregation John Almond, the Little Rock architect. Is concerned that the shortage of construction materials will result in serious unemployment. The smaller contractors, he laid during a .recent Washington yisit, are getting desperate 1 for Jobs. He cited as an example t recent contract letting on a relatively small Job. He said he usually gets three or four bids on such a lob but this time he received nine. If these employers can't get Jobs, he reasoned, It means Idleness for many of their workers. BOOK-^Two lulU challenging legality of Arkansas' school segregation l»w» will b« heard by three federal judges here Feb. 18. Director! of the Fordyee and Hughes School Districts are defendant* In the suit* filed by Harold Plowerj, Pine Bluff Negro attorney. West Memphis Woman Dies of Burns in Hospital ^ MEMPHIS— Mr«. Ann Hobbs, 18, West Memphis, Ark., died In a T^iospltal here yecterday of burns tuMered when a bathroom heater ignited her rob* last Dec, «. Two'natives of Arkan*a* who didn't rn«t until they came to Washington are announcing their engagement. They are MLss Catherine Coward, Fayetleville, and John McLees North Little Roclt. MLss Coward It on the staff of Sen. Tulbrlght CD- Ark). Mcl/ees U assistant to the house bill cleric. Ordinance Workers Go on Strike at Texarkana TEXARKANA, TMC.—About 380 construction workers at the tone Star Ordnance plant near her* hav* been idled by a work stoppage. About 46 AFL plumbers left their Jobs Monday and set up a picket Una. Cook t in Birthday Hut MINNEAPOLIS CAP) — Sidney Cook celebrated his 3«th blrthda: recently. His'. wifo, Nona, had a birthday the same day, her 25th. But this time-the Cooks couldn't celebrate together. Mrs. Cook was In Swedish Hospital firing birth to a son, Ryan David. Arkansas Penitentiary Transfers $185,000 Fund LITTLE ROCK—The Arkansas Penitentiary has transferred J185,- 000 from ite construction fund to its maintenance account. Btate Comptroller Leroy Be**l«y said additional expenses in har- Twting this year's cotton orop and th« higher cost of living necessitated tbi transfer. Arkansas River Construction Program Recommended FT. SMITH—A multi-million dollar construction program for the Arkansas River hw been recommended by a private organization seeking federal funds' for tht winding, troublesome stream. dorless Garbage Unit Made by Danish Firm NEW YORK, W)—A Danish firm has come up with what it hopes will be an odorless garbage disposal plant, says the American Public Works Association. They have found a way to turn garbage Into » high-grade compost- fertilizer without smell. The mechanical principle Is simply to promote and accelerate the natural processes which teke place in a gardener's compost heap. A dozen disposal plants have been constructed in Scandinavian cities in the last decade. The garbage is fed into a rotary, silo which begins the "process of breaking the material down into small particles. Later the material goes to a grinders where the final mixing process is completed. Farmers use the compost as fertilizer. Automotive Hint Scuffing action on the front tires, resulting from Improper toe-in, causes them to wear rapidly, and here fore it Is more economical to have front wheel alignment checked frequently than to buy a new set of tires. "RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. "ELEPHANT STAMPEDE" Komba the Jungle Boy Friday & Saturday "TRAIL TO GUNSIGHT" with. Eddie Dew Also Cartoon & Serial Contain* 2 Ingredient* DOCTORS PRESCRIBE ETCU F*r HhflumaHcr Muscular ll CH And Artfirrtic Poln . . F«rt-«ctlna C-22I3 bring* bl«ti*d piln relief— ll'i '•Iod!ied 1 "'eonulni "Blick Snatt floor' h*rb, ind IU MllefMt* Action brlnat ticfp to tKouwndi, fit* of Mnt boitfe bach If not Mill(l*d. Ocn'l wilt—art M.lo—gtt O-2223 today! COUGHS WICKS . V VAPORUB DUE TO COLD* Bttt-kmwn Norn* rsnwtj U iu» l« ...' MOX Phone 4*21 Show Starts Weekdays 7:M Sat-Snn. 1:M Always a Double Feature Last Times Today NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Wednesday & Thursday 'SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET" Frankie l,aine Terry Moore Technicolor Sport Short Short About Texas Thursday & Friday Friday "THE OUTRIDERS" All Star Cast • IIM IMNIN SSA , Leon Errol Comedv X;, FEINBERG'S Sale Starts Tomorrow! COM 5 i ^«»- •* ^, T>s SUITS ON SALE! Pocket a big saving now on a new fall suit in Fcinherg's January Clearance. Choose from such popular makes as Joselli, Donnybrook, Maurice. Now, check these prices: To $17.95 To $39.95 To $49.95 To $59.95 $ 10- $ 2H28- S 33 COATS ON SALE! Hurry down tomorrow and get that lovely fall coat you've wanted. .. now drastically reduced. Maurice and Donnybrook coals are included. Here are the sale prices: To $29.95 To $39.95 To $55.00 $ 15 - $ 20 - $ 28 DRESSES 2 for $ 5 DRESSES Choose from Feinberg's many nationally-advertised lines and you'll find the dress you've been looking greatly reduced in price. Check these savings: All Wool SWEATERS Values to $5.99 $ 2 Our Entire Stock HATS Values to $9.99 $ 3 Fall and Winter JACKETS Regular $ Regular $7.99 Large Selection of BLOUSES (Some Slightly Soiled) Values to 5.99 Values to 8.99 Fall and Winter SKIRTS Values to 7.99 *f < Values to 12.95 ' Values to 76.95 " Special Group of PURSES Values to 5.99 Federal All Sales Final—No Exchanges or Refunds, Please HURRY DOWN TOMORROW MORNING TO FEINBERG'S

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