The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 27, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
Page 9
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, AUGUST 27, 19M Arkansas News Briefs— Hamlet of Forester to Fold Up As Timber Supply Is Depleted By The A»Mctatt« PreM FOP.ESTER - TliU Scott County hamlet, founded 31 yeari'««o to home the employes of a big lumber company, will fold up early next ~-~ year. The 1,100 residents of Forester learned yesterday that the Dierk* Lumber «nd coal Company, which owns and operates everything In . Forester, will discontinue Its operations here. Resident Manager W. A. McKeown confirmed that operations would cease, and laid depletion of timber supplies In the area led to the decBion by the company's directors last week In Kansas City. Striking Drivers Picket Texarkana Bus Lint TEXARKANA — Striking driver? of the Texarkana Bus company today picketed the Ilrms office and garage. > Meanwhile, Ed Mitchell, president of the company, hired bus drivers to replace the, striking members of the AFL Amalgamated Street - Electric Railway and Motor Coaches Knployes Union. • Mitchell said that as soon as he hired 12 drivers he would attempt to resume operating the busses, e said he expects to have the buses in operation "sometime this week." Four drivers were hired yesterday Mitchell said. * Decomposed Body Identified as Ex-Trumann Man NORTH UTTLE ROCK - The decomposed body of an 8/-j-ear-old man found near here yesterday was Identified by city police as that of Ed Reeder. Reeder, a resident- of North Little Rock who once lived In Trumann. Ark.. wa» a ward of the state Welfare Department, said • Police 8«t. Henry Hendrlckn. Hendriclu said Reeder disappeared from his home Aug 19 No relatirea of Reeder have been located, he added. Remm./ to Head Welcoming Group for Eisenhower LITTLE ROCK - The only Republican In Arkansas who holds » major elective v office - Mayor Pratt Hemmel of Little Rock _ the cTpitr* C ° mmittee ^ Welcome Gen ' Dwl « ht D - Eisenhower to Verne Tlnd.ll. manager of Eisenhower's GOP prudential cam"' ann ° Uncetl the ."'"""a <* R«™«1 « chairman 2:3 ° Texarkana Youth Dies in Wreck McNAB, Ark. <*•> - A Teuarkan. youth vac killed near here yesterday when the light truck in which he wa» riding left Highway S5 and overturned. State Trooper Guy Downie Identified the victim as Johnny Robert HolIU, 21. • • Downie said Hollla wis riding in the bed of the truck when the accident occurred two miles north of this H«miwle»d County town Hollis WM cruihed beneath the vehicle, Downie »ald. The truck was driven by Jimmy Terrell of Texarkana. the state trooper ssid. Weddi«*3 Ring Donation Puzzles Recipients LITTLE ROCK <#) - The Arkansas Association for the Crippled is puzzled over one contribution re celved during a collection of donations at the Philadelphia Eagles- Detroit Lions football game hen Saturday. The donation—one wedding ring Oldster Makes 1st Flight CENTRALIA, 111. W - Thomas Osborne. oldest Marlssa, 111 clti- ™ **' b "' ked at flyln * *<> «" Minneapolis daughter. But when told It would take only four hours he entered his first 1 plane'. Took his cane along because, he said he wanted to look his age 402 W. Main Phone 2442 FAVORITE SCHOOL COTTONS s*.,™.3.98 «*.*« 2.98 0 Important fashions in cottons. New plaids and solid colors. Quilled iltirls and other novelty trims. Til Bright, youthful and flattering Sanforized cotton plaidi, Cop»l«r» «nd wrwiuai »tyl« detailing. ^LYTHEVTLLE (ARK:) COURIER SCREENLESS TELEVISION-In order to keep sightless listeners posled on programs their neighbors talk about, TV exnerls designed (he above pietureless set seen entertaining Marie Petll- cano and Bernard M. Krebs of the New York Gullet for the .lewish Blind. Experts say using the scrcenless set overcomes "psychological barriers" which build up between sightless persons and their siehed neighbors. Mack Takes Election of Cheney To CoMrt in Charge of Illegality ' Sen. Y. M. Mack yesterday took to court his contention that his defeat by Sen. J. Orville Cheney In the Aug. 12 Democratic primaries was Invalid. Mack, who lives at Moorcfield, lost to Cheney, 7.458 to 6.711, in official returns from the 3-county district. Both Mack and Cheney, of Calico Ro:k. were members of the 1951 Legislature. They were thrown into the same district by a senatorial redislricting. Mack carried Independence and Jackson Counties In the primary, but Cheney won in lKird, 3,049 and 389, and won the election. However only 21,390 poll tax payments were recorded in Izard County. In a 43-page complaint filed In Circuit Court here, Sen. Mack charged that at least 849 votes were cast Illegally in Izard County. He challenged the vote- in u of the county's 36 boxes on the grounds that persons without poll tax receipts voted; persons voted outside their township and persons voted m'ore than once. He asked the court to throw out all iliegal votes, or fc> void all votes For that jpriginaf^^ Bourbon taste...enjoy JAMES E. PEPPER the original Kentucky Bourbon f, for any reason :annot be totmd. the meg* votes Ktiticky Stuiebt SurlN Si intf. Alsi mil>b!e in Bottled in Bond 100 Proof • i*« MMU «. mm i to, IUNWOH m. Helicopters Aid Pest Campaign in Congo LEOPOLDVrLLE. Belgian Con-o MY--A new pestkilllng cam on ignis underlay here to eradicate (lies and mosquitoes. Day after day.two helicopters are iweeping over the roots of the town spraying the streets «-i(h powerful insecticides. The native population has been asked to open all windows nnd doors to allow the poisonous fumes to enter every corner of every house. . * The poisonous bite of the black widow spider kills about e per cent ot its known victims. Caidwell Cites ThreeObligations 01 Stale School Social, Spiritual, Intellectual Needs Listed by U. of A. Head MTT'LE ROCK w>> _ The new president of (lie University of Arkansas says there are three obligations, which a school must fulfill sit'" '° be * " peot)le ' s on'ver- Dr. John Tyler Caidwell told 400 members of the Arkansas Farmers Association here yesterday that these obligations are: 1. Social—"To preserve the rieht of people to seek security, order and opportunity;" 2. Intellectual— "To search honestly for true answers to every question...;" ' man ,? plrlu ' al ~" T °. lov « our fellow Caidwell told the Association, argest farmer co-operative In Ar^ kansas, that the American people are making a renewed search for security, order and opportunity That drive, he said, Is one of 10 new conditions that are contrallm. factors In the world today Dr. Caidwell stressed that "we've got to do our own thinking" in todays changing world. "And further we've got an obligation to think things straight through-not to be fooled by labels." All officers of the co-op were reelected in the ctosing session of the 1-day convention. The Board of Directors voted to pny a 6 pel- cent dividend on the $141380 in preferred'slock. WARNING ORDER In tlie Chancery four!, Clilcka- sau-ba District, Mississippi Countr Arkansas. Ciirisiine Hanell, ptf. " vs - No. 12.153 Busby Harrell, Dft, The defendant, Busby Harrell Is hereby imrncd to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption, hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Christine Harrell. Dated this 23 day of August, 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Laverne Bali, D, c, C. F. cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. for ad lltem. 'vt'w^f'fr f-n EXPERIMENT FAILS—The Air Force, after long testing has given up on the huge B-00 experimental bomber (bottom photo) and will concentrate full attention on the B-52 (top photo) a faster, single, heavy jet type. The B-52 Straldforlresj Is expected to replace the current B-36 as the chief atomic bomb carrier of the Strategic Air Command. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, ClilcVa- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Flora Jean WaHIey, Ptf. vs. No. 12,151 J. E. Wadley, Dft. The defendant, J. E. Wadley, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and niLswcr (he complaint of the plaintiff. Flora Jean Wadley. Dated this 23 day of, August, 195.. Harvey Morris, clerk By Laverne Ball, D. C. C. P. Cooper, atty, for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad litem. 8|S7-»J3-10-17 Court Jesters of the Middle Ages often performed at meal times. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, C'hlrka- siiwba District, Mississippi County. Arkansas. Albert Harvey bodd Jr. / by his mother and next Friend. LeDora Dodd Trotter, Ptf. vs - No. 12,151 Janet Dodd, DIt. The defendant, Janet Dodd, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In' the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint ot the plaintiff, Albert Harrey Dodd. Dated this 23 day of August. 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Laverne Ball, D.O. C. F, Cooper, atty. for plaintiff. Ed B. Cook, atty ad Utem. . 8127-9)3-10-17 Three Arrested In Polke Raid Slot Machine Confiscated in Hot Sprinyt HOT spRrwae, Ark. -mr and city police yesterday r»Id«d a downtown establishment, (netted three men and confiscated twa alot machines and bookmaktng e»uk>- ment. Chief Deputy sheriff Sun Richards and Police Chief John trmer said the gambling house wu In a second-story room at »3l!4 Central Avenue. Charges of operating a gambling hoiwe were filed igafnst James T. Barker, A. B. Abbott and C. F. Mnhoney, all of Hot Sprlnji The three were released on bond! of »250 each pending preliminary hearing In Municipal Court Saturday. The officers said between 36 and 40 persons were found In the establishment. Richards said the afternoon raid was Instituted on > search warrant signed by circuit Judge c. Floyd Huff, Few Red Students Found by Japanese Education Agency TOKYO m_Tne Japanese min- Inslry of education say« radical left-wing and Communist elements amount to lew than two per cent of Japan's university students. The ministry surveyed the student bodies after » series of violent, Communist - led demonstrations lait Spring In which dissident Korean. and some students played a prominent part. A ministry white paper urged the public, particularly employers, to realize that a vast majority of some 120.000 university students are hardworking and earnest. It added that 60 to 70 per cent have to earn ill or part of their livelihood. Many, with their families, are in desperate economic circumstances. . Some animals that estlit near or above the line of permanent mow In the mighty Himalaya* arc the ghostly snow leopard. Asiatic mountain goats and the bharel, a wild sheep. 406 W. Main Phone 4591 @3.88 03.88 ®2.88 WARDS FAMILY SHOE SALE-SAVE UP TO 20% This annual sale is our way of inviting new customers to try a pair of Ward* proven-quolity Shoes. Known for their fine craftsman- rtip, carefully .elected material, and easy, day-long comfort, wt believe thai once you've tried a pair of Wards shoes you'll com. back for mem again and again. Every pair is right from our regular stock, all priced extra fow for .xceplional voU. Sov. now. 0 Reg. 2.98 Ballets for girls. A dainty, demure style offering slipper-liVe comfort. Smooth black leather. 4-9.2.66 fj) Reg. 2.98 girls' Bow Ballets. Crofted of imoolh black suede, so fashionable this season. Siiet 4 to 9 2.66 @ Girlt' Loungers—equals our 4.98 qualify.Spedollypurchaiedforthissale. Goodyear-wett. Brown. 4-9.. .3.88 (S) Reg. 3.98 Two-eyelet Tie-a popular favorils with boys everywhere. 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