The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Questioned Money to Be Put in Court, Accused Man Says of 'Road Fund' ROCK UPj-An Arkansas* ay Commissioner charged with diverting itat* money to the campaign fund of Oov, Sid Mo math says he will deposit the amount In question with Pulaskl Circuit Court. ,.Charley Adams of Hughes laid ^sterday !n a statement that a civil suit filed against him and Henry Woods, executive secretary to Qov. MoMath, was not necessary to recover the money. Adams and Woods are accused in the suit, filed by Atty. Gen. Ike Murray, of wrongful appropriation or public funds. Adams said the charge was "utterly ridiculous." Murray Files Suit Murray filed the suit following .testimony before the Highway Audit Commlsion that the 'money purportedly raised by public subscription in 1950 to finance improvements on the Indian Bay road in Monroe County, ended up in the governor's campaign fund. The money was in two checks made payable to Adams and endorsed by Woods as "campaign manager." . Adams said he received the money along with "other funds designated as campaign contributions." "I asumed, honestly and sincerely, that these two checks were likewise so Intended." he said, "There Was Nothing" "There had been absolutely noth- in the discussions or transac- s surrounding the building of ian Bay Road to cause me to think otherwise. "To describe my handling of these funds as a conversion of public money is utterly ridiculous." •He continued: "In order to remove any doubt as to the propriety of having turned this money over to the campaign fund, I have instructed my attorneys to Immediately deposit the full sum Into the registry of the Pul- askl Circuit Court. I am requesting this court to determine whether It should be returned to the parties who gave It to me to do Kith a; they Intended at the time I re oeived it, or whether it is the pro «~ A /*><, -A > -f&W*' 5 ' •>«-..', ^ • •< "DOWN AND OUT—Free-falling parachutists make a striking, topsy-turvy picture a few seconds after bailing out over the Navy and Air Force parachute experimental Jump area at El i Centra, Calif. Your Child WILL LIK! THIS NEW COUGH HELP For coughs and bronchitis due to colds you can now getCreoroulsior, specially prepared for Children in a new pink and Hut package and be jure: (1) Your child will like it. (2) (I contains only safe, proven ingredient!. (3) It contains no narcotics to disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid nature to soolhc and heal raw, tender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving the- cougb and promoting rest and lleep. A.<V for Creomuljion for Children in lh« pink and blue lockage. CREOMUUSION FOR CHILDREN f|(>tm Cwefc, Uot Cil*. J(«tt bncUth • Complete Selection- of GIFT ITEMS! Vickie & Barbara's GIFT SHOP 106 S. Phone S301 Vou'11 dm! a nDnderful selection M MHeri* Linens, Colored Sheets anrt rillew Cu««, Cadillac Hosier?, H»ndm»<1e Arronj, Cos- turns Jewelry, Lamps. Planters, Handkerchiefs and m»njr other H*m». C«rae In twin! (AM.) COCTHCT NCWI Arkansas News Briefs— New Method of Processing Bauxite May Help State By THE AMOCUTBB FMM BAUXITE-A new method at pro«ssln« bauxite em m»y permit exploitation o< ArkantM' high-Iron btudte depMlti, no* eoncidtnd worthless. In a report to Secretary rf th« Interior OKU Cbtpouui, w. A. Calhoun. metallurgist at the Federtl Bureau at Mine* l»bcr»tory here, said the tests employing th» new proceo* havt »Jloirn tn ov»r- all recovery ol 98 per cent of the alumina in Arkaiuu bauxite. Thii is a coiisiderab.'y higher percentage than th«t obOinM by present commercial methods. Five Persons Killed in Stoto Ov«r Wt«k«nd Pour persons were killed in two traffic accident* In Arkaiua* Sunday—most of the violent deaths reported In th« itate over the weekend. One man was fatally hurt In an «xplo*km. The fatality toll for the week ended Sunday wu 16. Coady Eaton of Blytheville died thU mornin, of Injurie- Two Biythcville, Ark., women were killed Sunday nljht when the ear In which they were riding and a truck »nd trailer collided near Blytheville They were Mrs. Margaret Dean Smith, 43, and 'Mrs. Max Parks, 47'. Mrs. Parks' husband, a Blytheville businessman, wu Injured wriousljj In the accident, but the truck driver escaped with only minor Injuries (See story on Page 1). Two Negro men were Killed early sunda.y near Searcy when their truck left Hlehwav 64 "ant; -ruck a tree. They were William Russell, 29, and James Duprieit, 30, both of Searcy. REGAL SMOKE—The Duke of Windsor enjoys a king-size cigar as he relaxes on the porch of a hotel in Waycross, Ga., during a southern trip with his Duchess. The stogie, made in Waycross, hears the name King Edward— a title once used by the Duke. perty ol the state." Adams appeared voluntarily during the Audit Commission's investigation or the state Highway Department, and testified that he was willing to pay the sum into Ihe state treasury or refund It to Ihe Monroe County citizens If they felt he should. "Murray Said 'Forget It'" He said that, following his testimony, he had asked Murray about his responsibility and was told to "forget about it." Murray Issued a statement yesterday In which he said: "Since August, iBS&pthe defendant's have known that these funds were intended for the state treasury. Assuming it was honest mistake when the checks were deposited in the McMath campaign fund, there has been an apparent reluctance on their part to rectify this mistake. "The parties who have this money stated under oath it was intended that it be deposited to the cre- Air Reserve Squadron at Fayetteville LITTLE ROCK-A volunteer air reserve training .quadron haa been activated at FayettevUle. Col. EH-ing W. Kinkead. comminder of th« 9164th group here said the new squadron would be designated the 9841st, and will be' commanded by Lt. Col. John H. Joyce of FayettevUle. Veterinary Group Opens Two-Day Meeting LITTLE ROCK-The Arkansas state Veterinary Medic*! Association opened a two-day annual .convention at the Hotel Marlon here today. About 65 veterinarians were expecUd to attend . Principal speaker will be Dr. A. Horaig, Indianapolis, 'ind. Dr Herbert shea, Texarkana, Is president of the association. New officers uill be elected at Tuesday's closing session, DPA Approves Tax Benefits in Arkansas WASHINGTON-Federal tax hermit., for seven Arkan,« Power and Light company projects built at a total «*t of about 115741000 have been approved by the Defense Production Administration to T^ 0 ™ Ea! ?- J ' CStCrday ll had Oka5 - Cd certlfl«t«, entitling APiL to write off m live years, In depreciation for federal tax purposes to per cent ol the cost of the projects. The Jargest project Included i.' ""^ PUnt " PAGE THREB to a any have they or on before the sixtieth day following the filing of th« respective accounts, failing which they will be barred forever from excepting to the accounts. Witness my hand and sea! as such Clerk of said Court on thU the 3 day of February, 1952. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County * probate clerk By Pelton Miles, DC Read Courier News Classified Ads. St.Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD S LARGEST SHIER ftT Iflc NEWS "BUTCH"—Hills nre no problem for Billy Behiens 9 newspaperboy at Wheelins, W. Va. Billy delivers his papers over * hilly route aslride his burro, "Dutch." Billy and his sister. Mary, are seen delivering a paper to customer Mrs. Pauline' Walters. NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS OF EXECUTORS AND. ADMINISTRATORS FILED Notice is hereby given that during the month ot January 1952 the following accounts of Executor.; and Administrators have been tiled for settlement and confirmation in the Probate Court for the Chicknsaw- ba District of Mississippi County Arkansas and that such accounts with their respective lillnj dates are as follows: No. 2054 Estate of K. B. Hooker, deceased. Final account by Delbert GOT A COLD TAKE _ ^ ^ for fast £z £5 £* symptomatic DOO RELIEF oit of the Highway Department. At no time have they. contended that jt should be'returned to them. 'The lawsuit was filed at the request of the Audit Commission arid it will be dismissed only after these iunds are delivered to the state" Infant Mortality Rate Decreasing in Italy ROME «py—Italy's inlant mortality rale is decreasing sharply. From 11.52 per cent in 1941, the , index dropped to 6.41 per cent. In 1DSO. It continued Its downward You Can't Beat a Medicine That's GOOD! HADACDL ACTUALLY RELIEVES A REAL CAUSE of NAMING ACHES and PAINS due to Deficiencies of Vitamins B,, B,, Niacin and Iron The ABSOLUTE TRUTH that no one can deny! If you suiter from mean, nagging aches and pains due to deficiencies of Vitamins B,, Bi, Niacin and Iron in your system— don't rely on a product which merely relieves your symptoms. Because thanks to HADACOL, you can actually relieve the real and underlying CAUSE of such trouble due to these deficiencies. HADACOL brings about a remarkable improvement in your condition. 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