The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1952 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1952 Arkansas Feels Little Excitement Over MacArthur Officials Making No Plans for Visit Of General Sunday LITTLE ROCK (ffl—Cen. Douglas MacArthur's visit to thls-his native—city Sunday apparently is arousing no great enthusiasm a- moi-.g state and city officials. All 10 members of the city council are listed on the official «1- comlng committee for the general But eight of the 10 apparently won't be present. Seven of the eight told the Arkansas Gazette that they would be out of the city or that they had made no plans to participate in the MacArthur homecominq. The eighth already was out of town. Alderman James Griffey Is chairman of the welcoming committee and will be on hand. One other alderman said he planned to listen to MacArthur's speech at MacArthur —formerly citf—park bandshell. Gov. McMath plans to BO to | Washington tomorrow find v""• >•« | here for the MacArthm- visit. The governor Is a Democrat—and a t Truman Democrat at that. MacArthur is a prospect-apparently remote and without much help from him—for the Republican nomination for president. Mayor Pratt Remmel undoubtedly will participate in the MacArthur ceremonies if he lias recovered sufficiently from a recent illness. Rommel Is a Republican, who presides over a Democratic city council. It was Remmel who received from MacArthur a commitment to return to the city. MacArthur's parents left Little Hock H-lien he was an infant. BLITHEViLLK (AUK.) COOTIES KKW* Arkansans Plan Battle For Gas Use WASHINGTON Iff} - Arkansas members of Congress plan to oppose the recommendations of a Power Commission examiner which would deny natural gas service to several Arkansas communities. Rep. Gainings (D-Ark) said he and Reps. Mills, Harris, Norrell and Tackett. Arkansas Democrats, have asked permission to present their views when the examiner's recommendations are considered by the commission. The case involves application of the MidSouth Gas Company, of Little Rock, to lap the line of the Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation and obtain gas to supply Paragould, Cabot, Calion, Beebe and Hampton, Ark. WARNING ORDER . .In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Earlene Francway, Ptf. vs. No. 12,004 Ernest Francway, DIt. The defendant, Ernest Francway, is hereby warned io appear within thirty days in the court named in (he caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Earlene Francway. Dated this 19th day of March 1952. i '—"——^•••••^"••^^•^^••.^ HOOP-LA!—Three strong men, weighing a total of 613 pounds to make any impression on this plastic hoop, one fourth the iTclYen th *'£*",* "?? ° f **"• W hSVing ™ re «»n dSubte tnrtv N v -i ? cvelopcd b y General Electric engineers at Schenectady N y.. it is impregnated with a special resin. The hoon can be fabricated more quickly than steel, and may be used 7s an alternate lor D steel rinj; in certain industrial applications. Arkansas News Briefs — 4Q-Year-0!d El Dorado Woman Dies in Highway Accident By The Associated Press Arkansas' violent fatality toll for the week rose to 10 Thursday with the death of a 40-ycar-o!d El Dorado woman In a highway accident. State Police said Mrs. Christine Smith, 907 Goodman, was killed late Thursday night when her automobile failed to make a curve on Highway 62 near El Dorado and plunged into a creek. William Eugene Standrldge, 12-year-old Jefferson County schoolboy, was killed Thursday when he was struck by an automobile on Highway 79 shortly after he stepped from a school bus near Altheimer. It was the second such accident in the area in two days. Six-year- old Jimmy Charles Hardm was killed Wednesday after he alighted from a school bus near Sheridan. McMath Expected to Turn Highway Policy Over to AMD LITTLE ROCK M'J—Gov. McMath is expected to turn over "general direction and policy making" of the Highway Department to the Highway Commission and highway director, the Arkansas Gazette said today. The Gazette said that McMath is to make this and other recommendations at a Highway Commission meeting next Thursday. Arkansas Kit Hard by Fires Arkadclphia Firms Destroyed Yesterday In $100,000 Damage By The Assdatrrt Press A lumber company fire Thursday boosted to nroimd three-r|ll,irters of a million dollars damage caused by major fires in Arkansas since March Three lives were lost hi one of the previous fires. Thursday's fire destroyed the saw and planing mills of the I. B. Thomas Lumber Company near Arkadelphia. Owner Ira B. Thomas estimated damage at S100.000. The fire apparently started from an acetylene torch. Joneshoro Is Hit Previous fires occurred at Joncs- boro, where a 03-year-old ttvo story building was gutted with an estimated loss of S250.0M; at Texsr- kana, where the Foreman Builr'rlng burned with a loss of "over S100,- 000": at Mabclvale (Pulaski County) where a school building burned with an estimated loss of $50,000; and at Delight, where the Ozari Lumber Company's mill was destroyed with a loss estimated at around s?50,000. Three Persons Die Three Dei-sons died in the Texarkana fire. They were guests in the Splawn Hotel, which occupied the upper two floors of the Foreman Building. Laic Wednesday a school building burned at Wilburn. near Heber Springs, School oficials dirt not estimate the loss and the month's totals do not include it. Churchwomen Elect Little Rock Woman FT. SMITH—Mrs. Henry H. Tucker of Little Rock has been elected president of the Council of Churchwomen of Arkansas. Other officers chosen at the council's annual meeting here yesterday included Mrs. E. E. Galloway of Hope, first vice president, and Mrs. B. M. Latourette of Jonesboro, treasurer. 500 Penitentiary Farm Cotton Bales Sold LITTLE ROCK—Five hundred bales of cotton grown on state The sale was conducted yesterday by state Purchasing Agent penitentiary farms have been auctioned ior a total of $109,315.79. Arnold Sikes. Man Cleared in Murder Case Near Texarkana TEXARKANA-Ernest Ou-ens, 30. of nearby Garland City was cleared yesterday of a second degree murder charge in Texarkana" municipal court.. He had been charged in the death of his half brother, jack Anderson, 40, who died March 9 after a fight. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. Guy Walls, attorney for plf. Ed B. Cook, attorney Ad Litem. 3-21-28 4-4-11 Tackett to Begin Campaign For Governor Early in May WASHINGTON W) _ Re p. Tackett (D-Ark.) said today Vie'll start his active campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor of Arkansas early in May. Tackett announced iiis candidacy last week in Little Rock. He returned to Washington today but told a reporter he expects to go back to Arkansas about Easter. Kress to accomplish much in the weeks ahead. "There'll be a few major bills but the rest will be politics," ho commented. Tackett said he has "no idea" whether Governor McMath, Democrat and supporter of President Truman, will seek a third two- He said he will set up head- year term as governor of Ark- quartcrs and get set for a start! ansas. Like-wise, he said, he doesn't early in May. ' - • " to "I'll return to Washington for any Important votes in the house." he said. Tackett said that because of the interest in the presidential cam-j Onyx is produced in the San paign ahead he doesn't expect Con-JQuintm area cf Lower California. know whether Attorney Gener.il Ike Murry plans to make the race. Muybc my announcement bring srme action." he said. TODAYS DREYFUS SPECIAL 7-P1ECE REFRESHMENT SET Only 89c Sorry, No Mail, Phone or COD's DREIFUS MecDreifas . . . Wear IKamnnds itc*n i« unmix, MITNIYILII The newspaper said that although most of the recommendations coincide with suggestions made by the Highway Audit Commission. McMath "will not applaud the HAC rcjwrt in any particular." Instead, the Gazette predicted that the governor will "blast HAC and some of its members." The paper sajs McMath will recommend that the comissioir "Assume full, nctive and aggressive- control of the Highway rtcpai-t- mcnt; invest broad administrative authority in llipluvay Director Olen Fullcj-ton; Institute long ranee planning for construction, maintenance and purchasing; adopt a new right-of-way policy, and. adopt as many of the HAC's recommendations as the Highway Commission finds constructive." The governor is to go to Washington this week-end Tor n series of conferences with government officials. For ths Best Deal in Town Always Buy I INK SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 Kasl Main Phone 457S Early Olympics First Olympic games of which there Is record occurred In 776 B. C. Tlic-y originally were patriotic, religious, and athletic festivals. Modern Olympic games date from ! 1B96. Sead Courier News Classified Ads No Man or Woman Can Enjoy Life With Stomach Gas! Poor digestion—swelling with gas after meals—heavy feeling around waistline—rifting of sour food. These are some of the penalties of an Upset Stomach. CERTA-VIN Is helping such victims right and left here in Blytheville. This new medicine helps you digest food faster and better. It Is taken before meals; thus it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vanish! Contains Herbs and Vitamin B-l with Iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel different ail over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA- VIN—Kirby Bros. Drug Co. VAGUE PAINS, BAD BREATH, HEADACHES DIGESTIVE DISTURBANCES, DIZZY SPELLS, LACK OF VITALITY AND ENERGY, PALENESS NUMBNESS, HEARTBURN AND STOMACH GAS SHOE REPAIR H-flLTCRS 9.- -v snoe SHO i' w. M« (KJ ST Also Had Breath and Complexion •Always Tired and Listless. Pate Irritable. Vague Pains, a General Run-Down reeling WltU No Am- tloti To Work or Pla.y. New Life HOW LONG HAVE YOU SUFFERED from Ihcsc complaints? Regardless of what you have Iricil in the post, or how Ion? you have put up with these ailments, you can now hope for relief with HOPE MINERAL TABLETS. In jusl a few days, you will see the waste, BLACK AS NIGHT begin to leave your body and you will feel the-relief and wondrous change. MOTHER NATURE HAS BLENDED traces of FIFTEEN different minerals in HOPE MINERAL TABLETS. When aches and pains get you down, perhaps your body is trying to loll you it needs tlicsc minerals. Hope Mineral will get down to the rootand will start your lazy organs working again. 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