The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 4, 1952
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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1952 Arkansas News Briefs— Trade Group Okays Penalties For Lightweight Cotton Bales By The Associated 1'res.s MARIANNA—Penalties for lightweight cotton bales have been approved by the Arkansas Cotton Trade Association. The Association voted nt a meeting at nearby Bear Creek Lake last night lo invoke si a bale penalty (or those weighing from 400 u> 435 pounds; $2 for those from 350 to 400 pounds, and $3 and the right oj rejection for those 350 pounds or under. John Bransford of Little Rock, new president of the association, advised members against "running to Washington for special favors." "When we ask lor special favors," he ,said, "we Invite special regulations." Arkansas State ROTC Parades for Dead Hero JONESBOnO—The Arkansas State College Reserve Officers Train- Ing Corps unit and the A'SC band paraded yesterday In honor of a dead hero. The man honored, Pvt. George L. Felkon, was killed In Korea. Sept. 30. 1051. He was posthumously awarded the Silver Star, the nation's third highest military decoration for heroism, McClellan to Speak at Grocers Association Meet LITTLE ROCK-Sen. John L. McClellan (D-Ark) will speak at the 42nd annual convention of the Arkansas Wholesale Grocers Association here tomorrow. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Foul Play Ruled Out in Drew County Death MONTICELLO. Ark. I/P, _ An autopsy has ruled out the possibility of foul play In the death of 48-year- old Claude E. Hawkins of Drew County. She-riff Jack Tower said yesterday the autopsy showed Dawklns, a timber worker, died from pneumonia. Tlie sheriff had been investigating since' Dan-kins' body wns AMD Civil-Service Step Launched LITTLE ROCK M>) - The first step toward setting up a small civil service-like personnel system m the state Highway Deparlment ha? been made. Highway Director Olen Puller- ton and the University of Arkansas yesterday closed an agreement i<j set up the new system. However. any new personnel procedure will fluoridation Meet Set FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. W>> _ A conference of water works operators here April 1-B will discuss flourldatlon. found In a vacant, house Tuesday, ture. have to he approved by the legisla- Ft. Smith Names Acting Chief of Police FT. SMITH-Lt. Bill Rodfiers Is the acting chief of police here Rodgers, senior lieutenant on the Ft. Smith force, was named yesterday to succeed Chief Pink Shaw, who resigned last Monday. National Guard to Fire at Camp Robinson LITTLE ROCK-Three units of the Arkansas National Guard will use the rifle range of nearby Camp Robinson for firing Saturday and Sunday. Civilians have been warned to stay out of the area The units are the 2Hth Engineer Battalion of Hussellvlile Mas- no la Monticello and McGchee; the 216th Medical Company of Ru«- tellvllte and the 176th Ordnance Company of greater Little Hock. Boastful Ex-Convict Is Captured Alive and Without a Battle witnout warning and then fled when they returned his (ire. Mnynard said Sanders had served time on the Arkansas prison farm for a robbery at Pine Bluff anrl once before had shot It out with officers at Brinkley. Notion Has Drifted from Basic Ethical Law, Rotary Club Told captured— withou Raymond Sanders, 24-year-old gunman, was cornered In a storm cellar near the Rivertiale community of Polnsett County last night. Wrundcd and unarmed, he surrendered meekly to a posse. For three days, Sunders had led the posse on a chase throuch heavily-wooded bottomlands. The search becan Monday nisiht after Sanders and two officers ex changed gunfire at Sanders' tent home on a levee near Riverdale. Sanders was wounded In the fichl, but the wound was not believed to be serious. The officers, Lepanto Night Marshal Luther Maynnrd and officer 7'rrmrm Talley, had gone to San- L '- rs ' te "t to arrest him on a charge WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawb» District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Annie Mackrell, ptf. vs - No. 12,019 James Machrell, Dft. The defendant. James Machrell. « hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in t':e caption hereof and answer the complaint of (he plaintiff. Annie People of the. United Slates have drifted away from the ethical and religious laws by which their ancestors made America the land of the free and the home of the brave. Thus spoke Dr. Prank Smith, for 38 years a Rotarian and now a retired Congregationalism minister who has held pastorales at Kansas City, Mo., and Omaha. Nebr., when he appeared before Blytheville's Rotary club yesterday Dr. Smith, father 'of Mrs." n. F. Kirshncr of Blythevillc, said that a "general loosening" of moral values can be traced In three distinct fields of modern life: politics, home and business. "The Ten Commandments are as virile and vital today as they were the day Moses brought them down from Ml. Stnal," he stated and then reviewed the commandments and their application in light of today's Painter Gets Death Sentence In Slaying CAMDEN, Ark. (IF, — A M-year- old painter, Rufns H. Green, has been condemned lo death by a Circuit Court Jury for the slaying of a camden policeman. The Jurors, after deliberating less than two hours, la'e yesterday found Green guilty of first degree murder. The verdict, returned without a provision for life imprisonment, carried an automatic death penalty. Green was convicted of the fatal shooting of Night Chief of Police I Frank VVilllford in a Camdcn ho- tcl Dec. 8 Wllllford had gone to the hotel to quell a disturbance, allegedly caused by Green. sltuations. Modern day home life, he said ' has been marked by a lessening and loosening of parental guidance and discipline. "Giving away lo the habit of social drinking I think. Is a poor background from which to send our children out In the world " Dr Smith staled. • ' The sironR men and women needed by lhi.s nation (oday, he said can onlv come from orderly ami wholesome homes, In which Ihe par- thcl are Sc ° n5c ' o " s of the «arnplr Dr. Smith n-iw' Introduced by Ro- tarlan R. J. Nichols. ±f;: l V.L th j: . m ' e «ns '"eluded n. H.. B. R ! County Judae Faber White- f,? h ,? ston ' Oklahoma City:' „ R Walker, Jonesboro; nnd Junior Ro• aw™ *- h °, "'Jl 1 ""I 8 ' wllh the p l"b ton e cu Anril. Howel Boyd and Mel yvcsler. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Josephine DeVivo Ptf. v « rJo. 12,020 Michael DeVlvo, Dft. PAGE FIVE WARNING ORDER The defendant Michael DeVivo is hereby warned to appear within thirty (30) days Jn the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas plaintiff Josephine DeVivo. This the 3rd day of April, 1K3. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk -By Ijaverne Ball. D. c. oven whe« iloWe onW ,R(flM- s ore so\d THE BIG DIFFERENCE IN RETREADING ••^•ii*^ ON YOU CAN RETREADING USCAP tr«odt or* extra thick, top quality USCAP (read ii applied only to lound tire bodiet USCAP »r«nd It applied only under ttricl'shop procedures approved by U.S. Rubber Company tire engineer! McCaul Tire Store John Burnett. Mgr = Soulh Hiway (it _ Across from the Swift Oil Mill - Phone 86(52 ROYAl Polsonoui Mammal The platypus, or duckbill, of Australia, U the only polsonoiw mammal In the world. A venom gland connects with a spur on the animal's hind leg. Machrell. Dated this 2 day of April. 1052. Harvey Morris. Cleric T. J. Crowder, ally, for ptf. 44-11-18-25 PLEASE DON'T FORGET Tomorrow Is The Day You May Win A New Rpf rin I\CI I ly OR FREEZER IF YOU PREFER • r • • ' - 'SSi DELTA IMPLEMENTS iv O»O3 ~~ BLYTHEVILLE, ARK Announcing The Opening Of, Barney's Shoe Store New Location-114 West Main St. New Spring Styles For Ladies - Men - Children Nylon Mesh Spectator Brown & White, Blu«<& Whit* r Medium Heel Pump Red, Block & Green Smart New Casual In Pastel Shades Light Footed Strap In Smart Colors Wide Range of Colors & Styles In announcing the opening of our new store, located at 114 W.est Main Street, we are offering the people of the Blytheville area *omething different in o shoe store ... fay that we mean a store featuring shoes of good quality ' at prices to fit every budget. It is our pledge to offer a quality product in every line, at a price that is below average. We cordially invite you to see our smart selection of Spring shoes. High Quality Shoes At Popular Prices Jack-N-Jil Children's Shoes Sizes 2-8 2 99 Sizes 81/2-3 2"-3 95 Barney's Shoe Store 114 West Main Next Door to Wade Furniture Company"

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