The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 14, 1952
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.T, JAKVABT U, CUOt) State High way Hearings Will Begin Wednesday ROCK <AP)-fli« Ark- Audit Commission ln»«%»tlon of the State Department into th» op- w*dn**fef when ft begins pub- p»non» wen subpoenaed 3«tiird«f u iritnesw*. The comrolsilon was set up by MM 1W general assembly to investigate operations of the Highway Department from 1941 until the Q^sent time. * GOT. McMath charged last Thursday thai th* commission was allowing it* hearings to "degenerate Jnto a political witch hunt." and demanded that the commission allow witnesses to be cross examined. The commission refused. McMath Called "Head" Saturday, Herbert L. Thomas of Payettevllle. a member of the audit group, »»ld McMath 1 » criticism points to the governor "as the real head of the Arkansas Highway Department." • He said that if the public hearings indicate that the department has been run efficiently, "The HAC should give unstinted praise to the governor ... to he used as campaign matter or to glorify his administration." On the other hand, said Thomas, If the commission finds "Inefficiency, law violations and dishonesty of employes, the major blame should not go to the, director of the Highway Department. . . but directly on Gov. McMath's shoulders." Broadcast Planned McMath announced Saturday that he will discuss his highway building program in a radio broadcast over an extensive network of Arkansas stations at 1 tonight. Witnesses subpoenaed for the hearings are: H. T. eratvford of the Crawford Motor Co., Benton, and the Crawford Chevrolet Co., Glenwood. Miss Syhll Carter, secretary- bookkeeper for Crawford. J. C. Baker. Little Rock, who resigned Dec. 15 as Arkansas Highway Director. John K. Brown, Little Rock.Hlgh- v, r ay Department Purchasing Agent who becpmcs State Purchasing agent Tuesday. C. Don Hayes, Little Rock, superintendent in charge of equipment. Kelson Cox, Little Rock, Highway Department Purchasing Agent in the admlnisiratlon of former Gov. Ben Ldncy; John \V. Newman, Little Rock attorney who is Arkansas agent for service for General Motors Corp. Mprley Won't Run for Governor, He Soys in Press /ntew'ew ROCK W}—Retiring Arkansas Revenue Commissioner IQfan B. Morley last night said' trial he would not be a candidate for governor this year. In a radio interview with Harry B. Ashmore. Execut!ve x Editor" uJ the Arkansas Gazette, Morley added, "it Is a safe assumption that I have no plans to continue In politics or government service in any form." Morley leaves office as Revenue Commissioner Tuesday to enter Public Housing Cost to Near Billion Dollars PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)— Federal •pending for public housing may •oca reach a rate of nearly SI bil- ^ton annually, Norman Strunk of CMtii4jo told the Orefron Savings •nd Loaa League's recent conven- Increased pressure from •>• MMdiied housing program will irjg»» the difference between hold - tK or not hoWing the line on con- lEtietfcm costs and prices in many communities," said Strunk, who is •recuMre vice-president of the U.S. Bavlnge and Loan Leegvie. T-fe cited Congressional appropriations authorized for 92,300 family <rweHing unit* in 13 months ending Ally 1, 1952. "At a maximum cost p*r »ntt at t8.4SO," he said, "it Is posvrble that an outlay for construction alone will total S7BO.OQO,- 000. This is exclusive of iand cost." Lands Thief in Pen MALACCA. Malaya. W> — Thievery brings stiff penalties in Malaya. One man recently was sentenced to one year's "rigorous imprisonment" for stealing a foundtain pen from & shop. "Urtaj Fossil" /l;The -tuatera is called a "living ;»ossU" by scientists since it is the •iple representative of an 'ancient of reptiles, which lived back new sandstone age. private law practice. He said that he might be "drafted" for future political service, "only if I could be my own man" and "have a free hand." "I don't know if that is possible." lie added. Morley said he thinks the Arkansas Racing Commission can withdraw a franchise it granted tor the proposed Dixie Downs horse race track at West Memphis even if financial and moral qualifications of its sponsors are satisfactory. "I think there is no requirement under the law that the commission hns to grant a franchise to anyone, said Morley. "I think the law Intends that the commission exercise its own descretion." As Revenue Commissioner, Morley wag ex-offlcio secretary of the commission. NOTICE TO BUILDING CONTRACTORS The Arkansas State Highway Commission will receive sealed bids for the construction of three (3) Weight and Permit Stations at the following locations. Bidders may bid on one or all: Slate Job No. IZ58-M — Near Hope, Arkansas, State Highway No.'. 67, Section 2, Hempstead "' County. State Job No. 1259-M — Near Ft. Smith, Arkansas, state Highway No. 71, Section 14, Sebastian County. State Job No. 1260-M — Near Blythcville, Arkansas, state Highway No. 61. Section 3. Mississippi County. Bids will be received In the Office ol the Purchasing Aeent, New Highway Building, Little Rock, Arkansas, until 10:00 n.m.,'January 18, 1952, at which time they will be publicly opened and read. Proposal Forms and Blue Prints may be obtained from the Office of the purchasing Agent, New Hi"h- woy Building, Little Hock, Arkansas. The right Is reserved by the Commission to accept or reject any and all bids and/Or to award each item separately. ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION J- B. Lambert. Chairman - John K. Brown : 1 Purchasing Agent. .' SYo» Can't B«ot a Product Theft GOO PI HADACDL RELIEVES A REU CAUSE of STOMACH BISTRESS- Def iciencies of Vitamins Bt,Ba,Niac,R and Iron Life simply isn't worth living when you can't eat good food without suffering indigestion, gas, dyspep- ^ tia and heartburn due to defl- • clencles of Vitamins B,, B,, Nlaclu ^ and Iron in your system. But here's real help for sufferers from such deficiencies. You don't - have to be satisfied with symp- \ tomatlc relief. You can actually relieve tha («rjf came of such etomach distres* due to these deficiencies with KADACOLI Why not let HADACOL bring about an amacing improvement in the way you fe«l? And thafi not an I Continued «M of HADACOL not only gives emttnwnu, complete relief but help* prevent such deficlency- «us«d dUtre» from coming back. That's what you mutt do if you want hpneat-to-goodness real relief and freedom from the miseries of such k distress. THE ABSOIUTI TWITH ABOUT HAD/KM. The HADACOL formula has been based on the findings of skilled scientists and nutritional authorities In the study of vitamins and minerals. You owe it to yourself to try It. So It you suffer stomach disturbances from such deficiencies, you'd be very foolish not to give HADACOL a chance to help you. You can't beat a product that's GOOD I Buy HADACOU today. HADACDL iubititvtM — Th*fVi Only Ont BREAD MART—A pushcart merchant peddles his bread in the streets of Tripoli, Libya. As U. S. and UN make plans to aid the world's newest, poorest nation, the simple life of its na* tlves goes on as usual. School sign on building shows Italian influence In that country. Father of Six Shot to Death State's Death Toll Reaches 17 for Week Ended SundayMidnight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A 31-year-old father of six children was shot to death In a Fort Smith apartment house Sunday night. His death wns Arkansas' nth fatality.of the week ended Sunday midnight. Jodie Haralson, a truck driver, was wounded fatally by a 30-30 caliber rifle bullet, which Night Police Chief V. H. Looper said was fired through the door to the one- room apartment of Haralson's father-in-law, o. H. Morris. 72. Chief Looper said he arrested Morris and booked him on a charge of suspicion of murder. Chief Looper said the shooting followed a family quarrel, and that Haralson was trying to batter down the door of Morris 1 apartment nt the time. In Little Rock, Jess Wilhite, « of Mountain Pine. Garland County died in a hospital of Injuries suffered when he was' struck by an automobile near North Little Rock Friday night. ; A M-y vv-rald logger. Howard Trotter, was shot to death acoi- dently Saturday near Waldront. Scott County Coroner Maurice Harvey said .Trotter," who lived at Harvey, stopped his truck to pick up a neighbor and jarred a rifle causing It to discharge. Arlle Hayes, 32, of West Memphis, died In a Mountain Home Ho- pltal ot Injuries suffered in a'traf- fic accident near Henderson, Ark Thursday. . Civil Ceremony Held At New York Wedding NEW YORK fAP>—Presiding at a wedding in the synagogue at Bellevue Hospital, Rabbi Henry A. Schorr remarked it was a civil service w r edding, indeed. The bride was a court clerk, the bridegroom a postoffice employe The city owns the hospital and provided the synagogue. The ceremony was held at the hospital because the bride's father, injured while on duty as a fireman, was confined there. Briefs- Contest of Faycttevillc Mayor's Race Is Recessed Until Jan, 23 ' *> TH« ASSOCIATED PUBS FAYFTTBVUXB-'ni* Fiyetttvlll. mayofa r*w Heetion contest h»* betn r*c*u*d until Jan. 21. In Saturday's Maalon, anoth*r 2» witnesses testified that fonnw Washington County Sheriff Arthur B. D«vldion li the man for mtiom they eaat write-in twlloU in the Nov. 6, 1951. genera! election. Sixty- six witnesses now h»v* testified that they voted for Davidson. Davidson got M vote*-all writ«-ins-in the election to »3 for Incumbent Powell Rhea. Rhea challenged the mull, on the ground that Davidson received vote* under three name.: Arthur Davidson, Arthur B. Davidson and A. B. Davidson. Higher Insurance Rote Worries Baton* Dealers LITTLE RocK-Th. Arkansas Butane Dealers Association it alarmed about a report that a 30 per cent Increase will be .ought in Insurance rates on trucks. The report was hastily Inserted yesterday in the agenda for dis. cussion at the organization's convention here today. Joe M, McKim of Springdale, president of'the association, said reliable sources" had told him that jevers] insurance firms have filed for such an increase. He said he understood that the firms were -basing their request on the Increased number of accidents in the state and the claim that less-experienced drivers ore replacing younger men called into military service. Massachusetts Governor May Visit Arkansas LITTM ROOK-Gov. Paul A. Dever o! Massachusetts hits the road on a tour of the south and midwest this week in search for • Democratic presidential candidate in case President Truman del cldes not to seek re-election. ould vtolt *, , " * OUld I(aVe BMt ° n eu V »"• «<*. ^nd. «L , rt, ""' rrWa5 ' '" ChlCag ° where he wUI.eonrer with several Democratic" governors. McMath said he would not attend the Chicago conference Arkansas in Washington By GORDON BROWN WASHINGTON (APJ — Several Arkansas congressmen are inclined to write-off President Truman as a candidate for re-nomination this year. Reps. Harris, Hays and Norrell have said they doubt Mr. Truman will be in the r«ce. Hays said the situation might be altered 11 Senator Tart became the obvious Republican nominee and began to make Truman's administration the principal target of attack. If this carne, he reasoned, Truman might feel Impelled to Jump into the arena. „ : >,'« .__—. . i:.;.. • If anyone 'wants to start a presidential boom for Senator Fulbright of Arkansas, Rep. Jim Trimble is ready to climb aboard. "They don't come any finer than Bill Fulbright," he said. "If he wants to be president, I'm for him." Trimble acknowledged that geographically I"ulbright probably isn't In a strong strategic position. With this In mind, he suggests that .a .winning ticket might be made up of Senator Dougla* (D-111) »nd Fulbright. Big issues, such as foreign and domestic policies, he said, haven't figured much in presidential elections since back in 1832 Thanks for the Cow, German Adviser Says LONG BEACH, Calif. W>_Officials at Long Beach City College were slightly confused recently when, they received a letter from Hachacht. West Germany, which started out like this: ."Honored Sirs! it Is now two .months since I. received .the;.-cow from you. I want to express my heartiest thanks for the beautiful present." The explanation came from a faculty adviser who recalled that part of the proceeds of the school's charity carnival had been turned over to the Heifers lor Relief Fund They had sent the cow to Bruno Gerigk in the name of the college The letter added: "Three days ago the cow had a calf, and both the cow and the call are healthy and cheerful." Rep. Norrell It looking for & short session of Congress, one probably ending late in July. "I doubt if we do much' besides pass the appropriation bills," he said. "In fact, I think it might be a good idea if we don't do much else—Just wait »nd see what the country indicates it wanU in the next election. He said he believe* that the 1P53 campaign will be fought out on issues, rather than personalities. NO CREDIT RESTRICTIONS! New '52 DODGE 2-TON ^'TRUCKS ttMMifyte ttetfnuyj CMM h tofyt BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR GO.' Walnut & Pint Flume 4422 T CBICKARAWBA BtatMCT Or KSMISBim OOVNTT, A»KAN8A* «JW HATM, «t al, PU. WJtt, HATBB. Bt »!., Oft*. WAININO OK DEB Th» defendant* Will Hayw and Ui wife Mary «l!«n Cody KayM, John Hay*, and hU wife Annt, May Brltton HayM. Robert Haye., Id. Haye* McDonald, Alva Haye» Poe- ten »nd her husband E. L. Posten, Bvelyn Hay*a Hatcher, Blanch* Haye« Umbertson and her husband Goorge Lambertson, Christin* Austin Lynch and her husband Oeorn* Lynch are warned to ap. pear tn this Court within thirty (30) *• nwtbod at pM**rvfci> food in MM May b* «*a*<j th* mate* Jnmitton of hitiorfe rim*, .oeort. ' : ta the Ern^lop««. Brifcuiole*. TWO TOUCHES OF VENUS- Kranca Faldini, an Italian actress now in Hollywood, wa« chosen "Miss Cheesecake of 1951" by editors of the European edition of Stars and Stripes. The G.I.'s called her the neatest pinup girl among the thousands of cheesecake photos they viewed during the year. Gal on the left ij the Venui de Milo. Hint to Motorl.t, Leaks In gasoline tank, line, oil housing, or carburetor may permit gasoline to reach not er.jine blocks, exhaust pipes, or 1 o t h e r places where it may become ignited. RHEUMATIC WIN REUEF? ' IV^TVJ. Get O-IIJl, getholp -«ijt._?^.. wl* wlth proved ««lf- ?OMStai4hy"cyUl>-action th»t FOT Only "Bpeeda" comfort. Reft rim »••*•! Hcves muscular «cha«. I FIW ttlTII aimple neuralirlvit'l "Iodized." also contains "Black Snake Boot" herb. Buy It toatr, First boUl« price back If you don't praljM C-2ZUI If Your Stomach Is Like a Gas Factory! When you a meal and it turns right into gas, it's a sign your food is not^ digesting quickly enough. It Just lays there and ferments. So you are in misery with gas for hours afterward. Many Blytheville people used to feel that way before they got CERTA-VIN. This new medicine digests food faster and better. Taken before, meals it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches ot bloat vanish! Contains Vitamin B-l with Iron to give pep and make nerves stronger. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN — , KIrby Bros. Drug Co. Exclusive Franchise Now Available in Your City National concern will *tart yo« in an wUbliahcd business. Our men will s«cur« ton location* and handle comrjlele installation. No experience necessary. New type Btlf-operaiing:, self-service pop com shop Put your money to work. After installation—a few hour, supervision each week will earn yo« substantial profit*. Writ* lox BILLS BILLS BILLS BILLS - BILLS BILL* SURT 1952 WITH AC16AH U WWW 9 %* BILLS BILLS B BILLS BILLS BILLS BILLS BILLS Pay ALL Your Bills with an •••y-le-««l • PERSONAL LOAN ; ' ' • ' FROM '" :v ' v ;: ; -. : DELTA LOAN & FINANCE COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE 324 Wesl Ash Phone 2091 PAYOFF/ (I •> Make (his year bring you more of th« things you wanl in life by opening a savings account, now. As you save regularly, the feeling of financial security STOWS, •nd you are on your way to a happier, worry-free future. 1952 and the years to come will pay off in many ways for you and your family if you make saving a habit. Open your account today 1 THE FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Tht Oldest Bank in M.ssiiiippi County "Tim« Tried—Panic Tested" F.D.I.C.r-IIO,Mt Each Dcpoilt Member Federal Mtttm *r»te»

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