The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1951 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 26, 1951
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PAGE SIX Arkansas News Briefs— Negro To Be Executed For Slaying of Officer TUCKER PRISON FARM, Ark., July 2«. Of}—One of two East Arkansas .Negroes Is to pay with his life hero early tomorrow for the pistol slaying of a St. Francis County peace of/lcer. H« Is Aubrey Smith, who will go to the Arkansas electric clinlr sometime after sunrise. Smith was sentenced to death for the fatal ihoottng of Deputy Sheriff Ray Campbell last Aug. 3. Smith's companion, Peter Dorscy, also hns been sentenced to die. However, his execution has been postponed pending outcome of an appeal to the United States Supreme Court. Tried in Phillips County on a change o( venue, Smllh was found guilty of first degree murder. At the time of the killing. Smith and Dor.sey were being transported from IJttle Rock to Forrest City to face a cow theft charge. Gazette Claims Arbitration Procedure Agreed On LITTLE ROCK. July 26. Iff-,— The management of the Arkansas Gazette agreed to a modified arbitration procedure for dismissals on the eve of a strike of its news employes says the paper's executive editor. Harry S. Ashmore testified at a National Labor Relations Hoard hearing here yesterday that he fell, there was no serious disagreement between In ecompany and the union in the lasl pre-slrike negotiations session except on dismissals. The NLRB is hearing charges of unfair labor practice charges against the Gazette as a result of a strike by Local 209 of the CIO American Newspaper Guild, Ashmore said the Onzettc finally aereed to arbitrate all dismissals except those for Incompctency. The union rejected the offer. Solon's Widow Wins House Seat McKEESPORT, Pa., July Je. <AP> —Mrs. Vera Buchanan, steadfast In her determination to back President Truman to the hilt when she becomes a member of Congress, is ready to be sworn in "just as sooi uj I get word from Washington." Mrs. Buchanan Is the new representative from Pennsylvania's highly indirstrallwd 33d Congressional District. Running on [he Democratic ticket In a special election in the Pennsylvania primary Tuesday, Mrs Buchanan easily won the right to succeed her late husband. Rep Frank Buchanan who died last April. The attractive 48-year-old grind- mother, first woman ever elected to Congress trom the. Pittsburgh area i»llctl 41,453 voles In unofficial returns from 221 of the 221 preclncLs in the 33d Congressional district Her GOP opponent. Clifford W enl, received 25,536 votes. N. Little Rock Man Nabbed on Narcotics Charge LITTLE ROCK, July 26. WV-A North Little Rock man has bee, arrested for the second time In slightly more than a month on a chargt of possessing narcotics. Max Hall, 41-year-old former clothier, was arrested yesterday atte a minor traffic accident in the business section. Little Rock Detective o. O. Fink said Hal] had some barbiturate In his possession, forbidden by Act 184 of 1051, The officer said that Hal was under the Influence of both liquor and narcotics. WC Takes Gas Meter Dispute under Consideration LITTLE ROCK,' 'July 26. WV-The Arkansas Public Service Commission has taken under advisement a petition for a single master gas meter for a North Little Rock housing project. The North Little Rock Housing Authority has asked Die PSc to ord«- the Arkansas-Louisiana Gas Co. to install a master meter In the project Arkansaa-t/mislana refuse, and insisted Instead of Installing «epaxate meters lor e«ch unit. """minis, Ming-Ranking Arkansas Shriner Hurt in Wreck man , ' . • x nuslnev,- man and high official In the shrine of North America, has been Injured •erlously In a traffic accident. rapnn c,, rnn S an L " h °graphing Co., and th. Arkansas Stationery and Furniture Co suffered •J*ta. pdvta and other injuries. Ouachita Comity Sheriff Bill Smeart Our .nd James Elliott of Little Hock wer« traveling toward Camden When their automobile and a Ouachita County road truck collided. 5 States to Pool Data to Promote Steel Mill ROCK ' Ark ' July *' W - nve st "«* «« B°ing to pool industrial directors from Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Lou,.an. yesterday agreed to s,, Ppl y the data. Tne Information T, «f heir rf T °" aVa ' laWlity °' mlnera ' S ne£tleti '" thc *«1 >"«u"try and their development possibilities meelS^T* "t""* '" * ^^ bi ' "^ monlh ' wlle " ""**>" meeting of Ule directors Is scheduled in Fayetteville, Ark. South ^rfcansas Girls Win 4-H Homemaking fy ents FAYETEVILLE, Ark.. July 26. W-Homenmklng prowc* of two CLEARANC Proved-Quality Refrigeration for You! 1950's Most Popular Kelviraic so* 249 95 Scores of thousands have bought this model! Horo's your last chance. We've spent months acquiring a quantity of these great RK Model Kelvinators . . - just so we could bring them to you with their original 1950 quality, at less than the 1950 price! It's a special event you will want to get in onl Kelvlnator Model RK • BlgfvfVwidlhiVoionfoddChotf sforet-iiV • 8 Cu. H. of (old ipoctrl Extra *f>atc For t boWei, bofky foodit • 13 M|. h. o4 jhelf space! • 12-ql, Crtsf>»r fxx moJit-eolrJ jloragol • PowerhH wpyw-.depefKlabte Pol^ipKcr* » Top qvottty ttirov^txwl rVf W la original factory (rales! Hsrrf! Lbnfod Sepply! PLUS—fxtfa-Genenfs rrwfe-j» on yoor Prcitrt Refrigerate: 417 W. Main Phone 6331 I .FGoodi*ic FIRST IN RUBBER Nationalist Guerrillas Joining Forces in China TAIPEH, Formosa, July 26 (O-i— Nationalist guerrilla fovces In the wrdcr areas of five South china irovinces have banded together un- Luxoran Honored At ROTC Camp Outstanding Infantry cadet of his company It Thorn a« L. Stanford son of T. L Stanford of Luxora according ( o an announcement from Fort Hood Reserve Officers rralnlng Corps summer camp. A itudent from th« University of Arkansaj where he was a member of the ROTC rifle team, Stanford was accorded the honor on the basis of his disciplinary record, competitive drll), marksmanship, and participation in camp activities. Tha ROTC unit from the university Is in Fort Hood for six weeks field training. The cadets will return to the campus this fall to complete academic work required to qualify them for commissions as Second Lieutenants In the Army der i unified command, official reports said today. The commander, an unidentified lieutenant General, was said to have divided his forces into armies and divisions. Total strength was not given. Much Importance was attached lere to the move. Lack of a unified command had been a major weakness of the guerrillas. girls has paid off at the annual Arkansas 4-H Club South Ark camp here. A 17-year-old Columbia County lass, Judy Bass, yesterday won the annual dress review contest. Fourteen-year-old ^cqucllne Tyler of Hope baked a pan of hot biicuks to win the baWng contest. She will receive an all-expense trip to the National 4-H club Congress in Chicago next November Donald culp, 15 , of Parugould, won the state tractor driving contest He will receive a watch or a scholarship. Mrs. Opal of Parks was elected president of the Adult Leaders Council, other officers are Mrs. Ernest Smith of Desha, secretary and Robert M. Taylor. Clarksvllle, Mrs. M. T . Pate. Camden. Mrs Frank Byrnes. Tuckerman, and Mrs. John Tucker, Monticello. vice presidents Pay Strik« Seen In W. Germany BONH, CWrmtny, JuJy s« W? west Germany^ socialist »nd trade unions today threatened » general strike to force a change In the government's economic policies. The Socialite and the West German Federation of Trade Unions want a general wage Increase, more ihare in management of Industry md a more equitable distribution of national Income. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's right-wing administration jald It had no Intention of changing Its policies. Livestock THUESDAY, JULY 26, 1951 NATIONAL BTOCKYARDS. HI July 36. (AP)-(USDA)-Hogs, 9000; barrow* tnd gill* mostly 60 to 15 cent* higher than Wednesday's average; extreme top 60 cents higher; some odd lota 260 Ibs up only 25 cents higher; sows mostly 25 cents higher; spots SO cents up; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 23.00-23.25- few hundred head mostly 220 Ibs down 23,35-53; few 230 lb, down to 22 7 S " most 240^270 Ibs 21.25-22.50; few' to 22.15; odd lots 270-300 Ibs 205021.50; 150-170 Ibs 21.00-22.00; a few at 22.25; 120-140 lbS'18.00-20 25- 100 HO Ibs 16.00-18.00; sows 400 Ibs down 18.25-19.25; heavier sows 16.25-1800- stags 13.00-15.50; boars 1000-1300 Cattle, 1,400; calves, 1,000; a few commercial and good ateers and heifers 30.00-34.50, these about steady; little done on cows, most bids unevenly lower; bulls and vealers steady; commercial bulls 28.00-29.50. The bodyguard of the king of Ethopia has been trained by Swedish oftlcers. Black Fly Control Plan PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. (AP) _ A new control method Is being used against the black fly menace in Saskatchewan this summer. Th« program involves dumping a mixture of oil and DDT In rivers. ere I sit... 6y Joe Marsh Blue Wins This "Hunt" Ca|jpy Miller's coon Aogl~ except for one of them. Old (Hue—are about (he finest hounds In the county. Blue's too friendly and easy-going to cure much about liunlmsr. Me doesn't act the way we think a t-atxf dog should, so we figured he'd never amount to much. But a'fellow comes around Saturday looking for a K oo.J dog to photograph for some advertising. Ami the dog he picks is Blue! Says Blue's happy, friendly face is just the one to attract people's attention. So Gappy getx more money for that picture than his other dogs win ever take in hunt prizes. Frorp where I sit, that should teach UE not to look down on human*, when they «t differently than we think Ihey should. For instance, maybe you think !da joes best with food. O.K.—but don't size up wrong the man who enjoys a bottle of beer at mealtime. Like Blue, I guess we're all "uif. ferent" in one way or another but that doesn't mean we don't have our good points, too! Copyright 1951, United States Brewers Foundation. Inc.. Arkansa Division, Pyramid Building, Little Rock. Arkansas No Wonder It's Kentucky's Favorite Straight Bourbon! "88 $009 $157 FIFTH |J PINT ' | WP1 Lj\ THIS WHISKY 15 4 YEARS DID . IS PROOF TIMES DISTILLERY COMPANY • IOUI5VIUE "T,"'Kf NTUCKV SSS4TSSS.-.SS BLYTHEVILLE, ARK Friday, July 27 — Saturday, July 28 \ \llff "7Tr ^^H^^K^ /; ATTENDANCE attendance prizes Saturday nighr. You Everyone welcome! Stop by and get acquainted. Money-saving prices! Souvenirs for the kiddies. Catalog merchandise on display. See how much you can save Sears Catalog Way! OVER 100,000 ITEMS AVAILABl Over 100,000 items available to you through Sears Catalog at Sears Catalog Order Office— the modern money-saving way to shop. 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