The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 28, 1952
Page 7
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1952 Education. Group Wants Change In Teachers Minimum Pay Law UTTLE ROCK 1,4V —The Ark a iv xvjis n roiTrspnnriLiif; rcduclinn in sas Education Association wants n change in UK? present teac-heis minimum wlnry law. The AlSA's Koveininp I'ody. the Council nn KducMion, ycsiordiiy approved n recommendation of the* Legislative Committee for proposed in nil mums ranchig from $1.570 rvnnuoUy fnr teachers witn two years of cnllogn work up lo S2.700 annually for teachers with master's degrees. Teachers would be assured of annual increases nf $-15 tor specified periods—as few as four siirh increases for tonchers of less educational experience up lo ns ninny s-s 16 for ihosp starting out with a master's (iei;iee. Not !,rss Thin Minimum And teachers wouldn't be required to work for less than the prescribed minlmmns unless there the length of term. Approval of the prnposrrt in- fi-raspd minimuins—which actually rmilrJ ho effected only by Irgis- liitive action—wns the must )m- portnnt business Uflos;u'ted yes- If-rclny, opening: tiny ot the AEA's 83rri nnnmil convention. Tiie tueetlnp. which some 6.000 tcnchei'R (ire attending, WJIR to end today. A sh tn fire M a Itcs Ta I k Harry fi. Ashinore, rxrrutive editor of the Arkansas Ga/ettc, tolti Ihe teachers nl ii Konnrnl -sc^- s.Uw last nifthl llml higher salnry M-tiechilrs arc essential if public education in the Male !s not to dnierkn'ato further. But Ashmore .s.nici he wns doubtful of the wisdom of unionization | oi leathers which tins been pro- j posed hero. | teachers' strike— which he; consul?rrU an pn^.sinihty — w n u I tl be ' f. /^j^^t-X £% 5 L/GCrfll Toll Boosted To 73 In Week ' Tin- farming rhlnl r:iplainr-ct injuiv 'Hwusday Fuxl nn un fatality toll He sntrl to 13 Ihe Arkm since last Mcmdn. IUjford Wilkinson, 23. WH.S kiUrtl when ho fell ail hts tractor and ihn mnchine rim nver him, Wilkinson tt'n.i working mi a furm near Hwdclte. Mi.ssishippi county. Coroner F,. M. HoU snirl Wi'lkJnson narl attack Arkansas News Briefs — Two Ex-Policemen Found Guilty|j5££" Of Burglary at Forrest City liy The Assoclnifd I'ross FORREST .CITY-TWO discharged Forrest City policemen have been convicted of committing hurgla/y while they were members of (he force. But the trial Jury recommended clemency. The Jury late yesterday returned verdicts of guilty against. Buford Chalk, 30, and Walter nasklrj. 28. Each WOE sentenced to two years imprisonment for burglary and one year for grand larceny, the minimum terms possible on the charges. Then the Jury asked Circuit Jnclsc Elmo Taylor to suspend sentence. Taylor took the recomniend/illnn under ndviienient. Ohnlk arid Raskin were tried In connection with a burglary o[ (he : Fusscll-Ofahnm-AiKlerson department, here last Oct. 23. apparcmly sill helnrc ho fell Clyde rtiiiley, M. nf llij; SprinK. Trx , tllr-d of n fif-nil injury suffered at Hit 1 Oakl:i\vn race track, H'it KjinnKs, where ho was cm- room. Police me Iti- f)l Allyn Power. Cmrlnnrl county loinnrr. said lie wns unaiiin to detcrininc whether rt blow or a frill cnused the injury. r hree-Lcgged Coxofe Boy Finds Stolen Car ' Btirhank, Calif. nURRANK. Calif. I/PI—Nlne- yt>;ir-r>M Dblrr Gunner ^\nd his neither. Mr.".. Ina Gamier, left a Bui-ban'* movie recently to find thrir cur hud been stolen. Mrs. GaJinrr called polite, but her young .son Uiok more direct action. The boy spent the next day pedal- hi-A bicycle up and the residential .H-etinui of the toxn. Late the afternoon he located the stolen car. It had been abandoned by the thief. Indians Are Job-Hunting CHICAGO <f —American Indians are job hunting here. A placement sot-vice to help Indians find jobs in Chicago and vicinity has been -et lip by the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs. The bureau says Indians are leaving .Western reservations because of lack of work. 1 _ SPRING? YOU BET IT IS—Winter, full-Hedged, holds sway outside IV- New York store window but it's not Icoling the lady with the umbrella. Sde knows that when the now hats appear in ths store windows, tulips and lilacs will soon appear in the gardens. Art Awards Are Sei VENICE r/»'i _ Pm« totaling S7.C.QO will be awarded by an international committee to artists participating in the 2Gth Biennial Art Exhibition opening in June. Four pr r. :. of about S1.5W) each \vi to an Italian anri foreign painter ami lo an Italian and Red Cross Reduces State Death Toll to Ul LITTLE ROCK—The Red Cross a;;nln has reduced the death toll In the tornadoes which S9iept Arkansas last Friday. The latest Red Cross list shows 111 Arknnsnns dead and 788 Injured. Three hundred ami Bl of the Injured still arc hospltallvccl. An estimated 2,200 families were affected In Arkansas, with revised figures showing 079 homes destroyed and 1.215 damaged. Pulaski Grand Jury Meets Again on AHD LITTLE ROCK—The Pulaski County Grnnd Jury, which Is following up work of the Highway Audit Commission with Its own Investigation of highway department operations, met again Uwlny. The grand Jury summoned no wltnesse.s for today's session. The grand Jury began Us Investigation Wednesday, when lo witnesses were heard. Ten wilne,sses — including three N'ho had been heard Wednesday—also testified yesterday. HPA Issues Steel Permits for$118,070,497 LITTLE ROCK—The National Production Authority has Issued permits to buy steel for $118,019,497 for construction In Arkansas hi the second quarter of ir>52. One permit -was for General Motors Corporation to buy Meel for tl,458,2BO of construction on a proposed aluminum casting plant at , Mfllverji. The Defense Production Authority has issued no ccrlilicate of necessity lor the plant. This certificate Is required before cnnsUuction can begin. The Lltlle Rock NPA office said it was unable to explain why the GM plant \vas listed. MINNEDOSA. Man. l/n—A cny- ite minus one leg Is roamlnK round 10 miles north of this town inntlcri rc-cently by Ronald Flrhy, he coyote is rjr-heved t>ie surncj >oe that oscnprd fi'oin a trap by •hewliiR off Its imprisoned font, Read Courici Blood Donor Record VANCOUVER. B. C., OPj—Ulll- I vrr.sity of Brui!ih Columbia stu- ik'nt.s claimed a North American rolle^iale record by donating 3,004 pints of blood trt the Red Cross. A j I ?pokp?inan saia the crown '.' |liiierl from the University of Texas v/hlcli contributed 2,811 i>!nts. News Classified Ad; ,v TIN: ciiANCi'iiv <;oniT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS CIIICKASAUHA DISTRICT BOAHD OP DIUKCTOHS , iT. KHANCIS LEVKK II f STRICT PLAINTIFF vs. No. 12.000 (OSS CROWEIX. KT A I., AND 3KRTAIN DELINQUEN'i; LANDS TOWN ,OTS AND HLOCKS '.DEFENDANTS N O T 1 C E The fnlloivinf n.imerl persons nnd rorpnratlrjns and all others havina ir claiminc an mtcirst in nnv of the following described lands are hi>rcl> :>n(ined that suit is pending In the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chicknsiiwrm District, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of said levcs i axes, for the ye.-u 11)51. on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed 1 owner's land; beine set opposite his or Its name respectively, together with the amount flue severally from each: COME AND SEE OUR PAKT OF SECTION o 2 Monticello Man fleeted by Forestry Group CHATTANOOGA. Term.— Musses' H. Anderson, Montlrcllo, Ark., has been elected a director of the Southern Forestry Association, which is meeting here. TOWXSiriP KH'KTKKN (II) NOKTH, HAN'GE EIGHT (8) FAST nn.',s Crowrl) S' 3 Lht. 3 niul M\ Lot 1, w. at Ry. NW', 18 25 E 6.25 31.56 }E Joe Welch S. 29S.17 [t. of E. 2!)r>.17 II. SF)'. t NE'l 21 Lot I) 00 2.25 .'>: TOWNSHIP FOliKTKKN (LI) NORTJ1, 1IANGE NINE (9) EAST Knlliryn Broom W'i NWS NE'i.. S' IT 1.25 1 OS .3; Snm Simmons SE' 4 NE'i 12 40 10,00 2.50 .!; W. I.. Ontlln S n ncr<-s NW'i N'. ^- W. of Dilcli No. 16 And E. of Lrvrc.. 32 13 2.15 .51 .?; TOVVNSIlir I'MIKTKKN (It) NORTH, RANGE TWKI.VE U'J) LAST L. T. Ellis Less N. fi.B Chs. of W, ;., . Clis. of E. li.l .Chs. ™--.AH SW'i W. of Levee 1 81 21.IS 5 11 .3 fjnmo K'= SE'i 5 80 2(1.00 5.00 .7 S;»nc W'v S\V, SE', 5 20 5,00 1,2.5 .2 Mrs. I,. T. Kills NK'i NE'i 7 40 10,00 2.50 .2 TOWNSHIP riFIT.KN (13) NORTH, KANC.F, BIGHT 18) JIAST nil] and Mnry ^tay LninpfTjt^ S. 70 ft. SE'i NW'i Enst of Honey Cypress Ditch 8 Lot 3.00 .15 .2 A. A. tic-rirlcll Lot 13 of E'i NW'i NE'i 17 Lot 2.50 .63 .2 Jainn. 1 ; Hnlriizh Atlkcison Ixit 19 ot E'i NW'i NE'.i 17 Lot. 3.00 .75 .: Santfotcl nncl Ainnue Ashley S'-i IxH 7 of EH NW'i NE'i 17 Lot 2.50 11. V. Smith Lot I of E' = NW, NE'. 17 Lot 5.50 Ehvnori Smiley N'... NW'i 2a fio 30.00 W. II. Hunch SE'-i NE', 34 40 tn.OO NORTH. HAXGE NINE .G3 1 38 5.00 2 50 tO I KAST 1 1 1 8 in 20 20 ome and see this beautiful monument It's the one fcaturocl in "1 he S.^turd^.y V.'.cnipv.: T'o^t and ,-i!jo in Good Housekeeping, t'.inn Imirn.-^. N-'ationsI Geographic, Country Geinlenun niut Extension. You'll find this .IIK! Rock of Afos and All TOWXSH1I' PIKTEKX nralnasc District. No. 17 SW, W. of Ditch, Sup. Survey.... 11 V. S. Riinmnns !•'.';• H ot Levee. Ori^, Survey 25 47 11.75 21)4 M. J. McC.inn Lot ft of SW^i NW'i 3! 9 225 .56 TOWVSIIIl' HPFEKN tlSI NORTH, RANGE TEX 1101 EAST Ivan Calvort NE Corner Center A.'3 NW, \ r iii;inia Hrnllllllll Less lots. Nr:', of S. 50 nn-Cf. W, N'E',... Wrn. Karl Miwily SE Corner Center 1 3 NW, Edison Riot's SE'i SW 1 ! i Nenl Minyard v^E', NE 1 [Elctn nixon sr 1 , NW'i .Same NF.', R\v, \V. of nilch.. l.Uihu Minv;\irt N'-j N'W, E. of Lovw iRamc W'.. SK', SW', i TOU'XSIlir KII ; TKKX IIS) NOltTM. KA.ST.K n.F.VCN , Hartdoi-k Arnold E. 21>5 ft, of S. I 27(1 ft. nf SK'i SE', j W. !?. BrycAlls U>l 4 of E. ] Ifl ,icrc=. SW, SW, At'Mr M.Mli. l.ol fi of E. 10 nrrcs, ': SW, SW, |C. C Tlir,inp,-on N. In ft, of E. 19(1 ft S-.- 4 of K, 14 acres. NE', SW-. Jpi i y Hearn S. 130 ft ot W. 3(10 ft. of S'i NW, HWV i Hester Hue E. 150 ft. of S, SO It NW, SW, N Oi-..- K.vince SIi ! , SF:', Srieltmi \V. B.i ft. of E. 202 ft. of S. 208 (t. SW. NE'i Flumes Fclrr?on W. fl5 ft. of E. U7 ft. ot S. 20S ft. SW, NE 1 ,.. 10 Lot 40 40 40 20 IK 20 Lot Lot 10 Lot II Lot l/i! 40 1.00 2.50 3.50 1000 1000 10,00 5.00 19.50 5 00 LOO 1.25 1.00 •1.50 3.SO 10CO 3.^0 .03 .25 .03 ,8B 2.50 2,50 250 1.25 •1RJ I 25 .31 .38 .pa a uiJe variety of other ininicnt «»^». nd markers .it our display. /rtflri^X ll are plainly priced ,iml / i\LJLi\ \ acked by ,1 signed and * n L- I ' ba bonded no obli with Ui- guarantee. Theic's s.vJon in co;; = iilt:^ about yot.!.- selection. TOXVNjillir SI.VVLKN USi XOKTII. HANGT .NINE 19) J. W. Covvnil ' All in Atk. NT. 1 , E. of levee ....................... 21 fi .30 Snnu 1 1 ^t I Sup. Purvey .......... 21 13 .9:1 TOWNSHIP SIXTIXN 'ilfil NOKTH. RANGE TI'.N (10* l.ul.i M (tO=s SW, NF', P. of LCVCP .. 2ft IS 1 IW Pnme NW, SE 1 , .................. 20 40 10 00 •li.l>"ll I..-dlvU;'l 8. 41X1 f;. n[ F. 10R It. NE 1 , FE 1 , ............. 22 Lot VW .Sb .! j.S.iin Simmnn? E. 12^", acres I NE'v Pup. Survey ............. 31 13d 1">^0 3 f)[\ : TnWXSUlP SIXTEI'.N (!fil NOHTH. K.VNfiK Kl.t:VK\ Illl K.ASI 1 «'. P. Rolvrt-OH I."t 15 E 1 .- ........ 33 Lot IS 50 4.]3 2 SS EAST .03 24 KAST 100 2.M ALLISON ADDIltflN ill l.-ir 200 TO Hl.vriH.VIl.I.E I..'t Bli-.cV; S I .1 ,'i Jno. C, McHaney & Sons "Your Monument Men" Sotilh Highway fit 40 ft I ;il 4 Ml 1 (1,1 Hume 2IUH i 1 II 1 1,1 SI SAM IIARSTS srHDIVISlON TO Pl.VTIIl.V ll.I.V. ey N, 1UO ft 1 [ I.H) ; Continued on I'a^c 11 LIGHTWEIGHT - HEAVYWEIGHT The finest blocks ever produced in this trade area. Made on Arkansas' first high production, fully automatic plain mallet machine. The finest block machinery money can buy, assembled in a completely modern fully mechanized piant. This modern plant enables us to offer you that unbeatable combination - HIGHEST QUALITY & LOWEST PPsiCE. You Can Buy a Block, for the First With the Following Qualities! 1. Uniform Modular Size 2. Uniform Texture 3. Fully Pressed Top 4. Square Edges & Corners 5. Steam Kiln Cured The Only Block in this Area Made with Materials Passing Arkansas State Highway Specifications— - LIFE SAVER - Ptc. Ralph w. Barlow, of Redondo Beach, Calif., displays piece of shrapnel stopped by his armored vest during a patrol action in Korea. Impact of the shrapnel tore the vest {arrow) and knocked him down, but saved him from serious injury. The vest, developed by the Marine Corps, has been credited with saving 13 lives to date. sculptor. Two prizes of about $300 will be awarded to an Italian and foreign 1 foreign engraver. Unbelievably Low Prices ! 2 3 HEAVYWEIGHT LIGHTWEIGHT F.O.B. PLANT LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK DISCOUNT TO DEALERS & CONTRACTORS ALL SIZES: 4"—6"—8" Chimney Blocks, Sills, Coping, Pilaster, Steel Snsh, Jamb, Brick Header and Concrete Bricks. Also Precast Window and Door Lintels and Window and Door Sills. We Deliver Anywhere, Anytime! Free Estimates! TO BUILD A BETTER BUILDING- USE BESSER BLOCKS! Phone 4439. South 10th St. Phone 4439 m ~ - R*"* t^ m li ;•<!•;..•'>- •.•t"-f"-.":VA..:-f-^.-s'-,"V;:-'.i-'...v.x a .Y;:.;'.;:. •'••.-.:":. .'•~;;''j^.J?'^;v:^::.;;fe;C:.^'-,\V:;.,>^ i v:^ry.:vnfe::-^;- ; '>g p :.Y'''''i'i ^fc^jr

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