The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1952 · Page 2
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PAGB TWO BLYTHEVTI.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Arkansas Neivs Briefs— AFL To Seek Teachers' Union In Little Rock During Month ; Fly The Associated Tress ' LITTLE ROCK—An American Federation of l,alx>r -spnke.sman says [he organization will try to unionize in Little Rock this month. ; Wade H. McKnisht, secretary-treasurer ol Ihe Central Trades and i Labor Council, said yesterday the move is the forerunner of a stale- wide campaign. The CTLC represents AFL union locals in the 5tli Congressional District. McKnlglit snid he felt Iliat AFL. Affiliation would be "a uroat tiling for Arkansas teachers . . , they are the- lowest palrt leaclier.s In the United Staffs." , Sujit. of Schools. Harry A. Uttlc said that an annual school board meeting with teacher.* here tnduy was not. called to discus unionization. PSC Takes Line Proposal Under Advisement ; LITTLE ROCK—The Arkansas public Service Commission has | taken urnier advfcoment an a]>])licution by the Arkansas Valley Eleo| trie Co-operative to suniu 100 miles of lines and build two sub-stations. I The facilities would cost $750,000 and would eeire 050 new rural I customers, company officiaLi told the PSC In a hearing yesterday. .Body of Springdale Boy Found in River ! SPniNGDAI.E—The body of a 12-year-old Springdale hoy, was drowned in the white Kiver r.rnr he-re a niontli ago, was recovered yesterday. The boy. Eual Dean Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. p. smith of Sprfngdate, drowned in a boating accident Feb. 2fi, Washington County sheriff Bruce Crider said the body wns found by a farmer. Allan Burba, about Ilircc miles downstream from the scene of Ihe accident. Two Children Die in Separate Accidents I The death of two children in separate accidents Tuesday brought i Arkansas' violent deith toll for a two-day period to ten. : Four-year-old Hillie Jean Locknrd died In a Little nock hospital i from fatal burns suffered when the hook of matche.s she wn.s playing i with burst into flnmcs. Icniting her clothing. She was the daughter of Mr. and MrE. William Lockard of Little Rock. Another child, thrrc-ypar-old Rosa Taylor WAS killed when she was struck by a gravel truck In front of her home at Wilson. Deputy Slmilf i J. T. Wife-ley said the driver of the truck, Jlrn Eslos of Marie, told him the child ran into the street from behind a parked car. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Taylor. r WEDNESDAY, MARCH W, 1WJ "FLEET" STEED FOR ORPHAN-Uc.il.-Gcn. James A. Van Fleet, commanding general of the Eifilith Army in Korea, puls aside stern duties for a moment as. he plays "horse" lor a Korean orphan. General Van Reel and other UN olncials visited Ihe Columbian Children's Home in Seoul lo present $11.000 worth ol clothing to the orphanage. It wns pniThnccd by chaplains stationed in Ihe Far Kast, wilh money donated by members at the Third Army. IN Till-: t'llANCKHV COURT, ClirC'KAKAWRA IIISTIIICT, MISSISSiri'L CO1J.NTV, A I! KANSAS Corn Lee Taylor, Ptf. vs. | No. 11,650 Wync-l Taylor Harm Taylor Iva Taylor Mallory. nils. NOTICIJ OP SALK Notice is hereby Riven that pursuant to orders of the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District. Mississippi County, Arkansas, rendered December 10, 1951, in a cause therein peiuiliiK wherein Cora l.ee Taylor is plaintiff and Wynel Taylor. Harm Taylor and Iva Taylor Mallory are dnJeml- nnls. the undersigned Commissioner will offer for sale on 15 day of April. 1952. at public auction, lo the highest and best bidder on a credit of thirty days, at the south door of the court house in Blythevllle, Arkansas, the following described real estate and Improvements thereon situated in the Chickiisawba Mstrfct of Mississippi County, Arkansas: Lot Nine (9) of the south half of the northwest (aiarter (fi" 2 NW>.,) of Section Six (fil Township Fourteen (14) North, Range Nine 10) East, containing 7.20 acres. Said sale to be held between the hours of 9:(|0 In the forenoon and 3:00 in the afternoon, of the date aforesaid, and the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security to secure (he payment of the purchase price. A lien will be retained on said property to further secure said purchase money. Witness my hand this the 25 day Gov. McMath Fund Records Subpoenaed LITTLE HOCK lm — The. campaign fund records of Gov. McMath's 19-18 and 1D50 gubernatorial Taces have been subpoenaed by Pu- Oaski County Prosecutor Tom t'Downle. j Downle said yesterday he had Issued the subpoena to Henry Woods. the governor's executive secretary. Woods, who refused to turn over the record to the state Highway Audit Commission during its recent probe of Highway Department ^operations. lie declined to comment ' ' ', ,-~ic ipuIa/jW . on Downle's action. . , '' The prosecutor said theua/j icountj' Grand Jury, which siarfcri ;a closed hearins on the HAC investigation today, would review the ^campaign fund records "to sec what ^connection they have, if any, with Highway Department operations." | In the HAC inquiry, witnesses ; test If led that some contributions >-ere made to McMath's campaign ; fund in return for state business. *??• Scientists Probe Mounds in Ireland . DUBLIN (/T->— Irish archeolcwists «re to probe the secrets of mounds at Tara, In County Cealh, which »as once the royal capital where the kings of Ireland reigned from before the time of Christ. Excavations wilt start at the site .known us Ihe rath (fortified earthwork) of the synods, close to the rath of kings, where the first early Christian synods are said In have been held by St. Patrick more than ;1.500 years ago. hail invite you lo GREYHOUND! Add loGrcyhclunJ's jcsr-'to'jnj "xonomy, comfoi: ind conserr. icncc iht thrill of cloie-up \icws of macchlcii S^rm^ SLtiiCry 03 tiips inynhcte in Amcnci! BIG SAVIN6S en LITTLE TOS . . . BIGGER SWINGS on LONGER TRIPS! r D St. touis ............ S.V8S S10.55 J.iltte Rock .......... 4.SO 8.65 Jackson. Trnn ........ 3 .fij 6 6n i Cape Oiradcau. Mo. .. 2.85 5. is Paducah. Ky ----- ... 3.70 6 J0 Chicaeo . ............. fl.ln J7.05 I fletrolt ............. 10.10 25,40 ISnuth Bend. Ind ..... 11.00 . .I.os Angelrs. Talif .... S8.M.. 68.15 iScattle, Wash ........ 41. Oj j-j oo i for fnformaJfon * . Greyhound Hns Terminal 109 N. Fiflli _ 1'hone 4411 GREYHOUND DOWN PAYMENT FOR SAFE NEW GOOD^ TIRES EACH PLUS TAX 6.00 x 16 and your old tires Dependable MARATHON by dOOD/YEAR Goodyear Service Store 410 W. Main Ph. 2492 Arkansas Cducaton To Hold Meeting In Little Rock Tomorrow MTTI.E ROCK {IP, — The 83rd annual convention of the Arkansas Arkansas GOP Believes Taft Will Nominate Eisenhower HOT .SPRINGS. Ark. I _Ropub- Education Association begins here lican Stale Chairman Osro conb tmorrow with an expected 6,000 of says he believes Sen. Taft (R-o) the slate's teachers on hand. will nominate den. Elsenhower at The School Administrators De- the national GOP convention if parlmenl meets tonight preliminary j Elsenhower's strength continues to to the main group. The two-day convention opens officially at u:30 a.m. tomorrow with a meeting of the council on education. Back-Breaking Brothers Keeps Three Wondering HARFUSHURG. III. 07»j — Benjamin Oobin, 25. Is the fourth of seven brothers to break his back in four years. Ail lived. He fell at work on a Joppa, 111., power plant. George. 40. and Roy, 32. suffered broken backs In separate coal mine accidents. Brother Oscar 2B. fell 119 feet at work !n Hammond, Ind., to break his back. It's Rot the other three brothers wondering who's next. Read Courier News classified Ads om March, 1052. Harvey Morris. Commissioner in Chancery 3-28 4-2 grow. Cobb, an admitted Taft suppor the candidate receiving a majority of lite popular votes receives the state's full electoral vote. 3. Representation for Republican party on state boards and committees. The planks were drafted yesterday by the Arkansas Republican (er, said yesterday that Arkansas; Exculive Committee in a meeting delegates probably will go to the] here. national convention "uninstructcd" i — — «nS^ l X th h7,^^ r SSl WeWo ' fc T ° Be CO ' 0nCl most Vigorous campaign. I LITTLE ROCK [;!M — Gov. Mc- Three planks of a proposed Ar-:.\ialh will be commissioned a colo- kansas Republican platform will be; nel In the United States Marine submitted to the State OOP Con-i corps Reserve here tonight He has vention in Little Rock April 25-26. [been a lieutenant colonel. They propose: ' Guardsmen to Ltav« White County Area LITTLE ROCK W—Brig. Gen. John B. Morris, state adjutant geiwral. said the last Arkansas National Guardsmen probably would be withdrawn today from White County. Morris announced Ihe deetM"'i yesterday after » conference with officials in the tornado deva«tat- ed area. 1. Lowering Die voting age from 21 to the minimum age for military service. 2. Casting of Electoral votes in . the presidential election in proportion to the popular vote. At present, ulfec pain of ihcumxllim, itritlca, lum- Q«t C'22Z3 lodjy —"old r*tlible"—It'i :d," contain* "Black Snake Root" h«rt>, i nirejlaie *eilon ipeedi tomfoft \i ihou- SJllilaction, c> ilj-it botUe price O. Don'l WALL—3*1 C 2223 lodjf, makes a// your coofr/'/ta If Your Stomach Is Like a Gas Factory! When you eat a meal and it turns right into Kas, it's a sign your Icod 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 t« feel that way before they got CERTA-VIN. This new medicine digests food faster and belter. Taken before meals it works with your food. GM pains go! Inches of bloat vanish! Contains Vitamin B-l with Iron to give pep and make nerves stronger. Miserable people soon Jeel different nil over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN - Kirby Bros Drug Co. r 406 W. Main Phone 4591 COLORFUL EASTER FASHION Salt wools iy./O Mines'tuti All-wool monolonei, checks, fleeces and suede-clolhs in Smarlly Styled Toppers. Folly lined, really foi- lored, well-mode. From early spring to Ihe end of summer, a topper is important lo your wardrobe. CUSHIONED SANDALS 3.98 To wear with your cai- ual or more dVessy oul- fiti. Keel-lo-arch cushion for easy walking comfort. Brown ombre. 4-9. WING STEP CASUALS 3.98 Good Qualify Cnsuali vcith hecl-to-arch foam rubber cuibioni for that "wallcing on air" feeling. Black; sizes from 4 to 9. SPRING-PERFECT NAVY STYLES Juniors', misses' / , / O Women's sizes Choose their band-box fresh flattery for Easter—for all spring. Many new '52 styles. Some with trim removable jackets, boleros; full skirts. Daytime, dressy styles. Rayon crepes, failles, acetate taffetas. CAROL BRENTS—6O GAUGE Full-fashioned 98< Sixes S'A-11 Firil quality 15 denier, 60 gauge Carol Brent nylon» in lovely spring shades. Underother brand names they sell foe more money. Look extra sheer; wear exlra long. Your choice of flattering dark or regular team;.

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