The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 15, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Cherry Wants, to Give Arkansas Women Bigger Voice in Party LITTLE ROCK W) — Judge j would propose a clmntjc In rules i Frimcis Cherry wants to give Ar-jto the stale convention next week knnsas women a larger voice in j to allow ctjunl representation to Democratic party affairs. j women on the state committee. The Democratic gubernatorial I In other weekend actions, Cljerry nominee said Saturday thai he J 1. Named Joncsboro Attorney Arkansas News Briefs— 15 New Cases of Polio Enter State's Hospitals in Week Ky The Associated 1'rrbs LITTLE ROCK — Fifteen new cases of polia were admitted to Arkansas hospitals last week, says lhe National Foumlalion for Infantile Paralysis. The Foundation said Salurday lhat five cases were ropoi led in Texarkana hospitals; nine at Little Rock and one at IMni' Bluff. Black River Game Area to Be Finished Oct. I LITTLE ROCK — The new nlarfe Riwr Game Ktslorallon area will be completed by Oct. 1. The Aikaiuas (iamu and Fisli Commission announced Saturday that ttie-nev: d.un on mark River will Imixmnd 1,280 acres of water In time for the opening of the duck hunting season. Nor. 1. Credit Organizations Close 2-Day Convention FF. SMITH — Two Arkansas credit organizations closed a 2-riay convention here ye.sterday with the election of officers. Jim Dales ol Arkadeluhia was elected president of the Arkansas Credit Bureau Association. Earl Wilson of Little Rock was named president of the Arkansas Credit Association. Rail Curtailment Hurts State Mail Deliveries ' LITTLE ROCK — Mail services in Arkansas has suffered because of a curtailment of railroad deliveries, says an assistant postmaster general. John M. Redding, assistant In charge of mall transportation, lold the Arkansas Branch of the National Star Route Mail Carriers' Association here yesterday that abandonment of branch lines by railroads were hl« biggest delivery problem. Roy G. Parks Named to Head Deaf School LITTLE ROCK M') _ n o y G. Parks yesterday was appointed superintendent of the Arkansas School for the Deaf by the institution's Board of Trustees. He succeeds John Wallace who recently resigned to become head of the Florida School for the Blind nnd Dent. The 4S-year-old Parks (s director of Instruction for Ihe Mississippi School for the Dcnf and executive assistant to the superintendent of the Institution at Jackson. Parks received his A. B. degree. from Westminister College nt Fulton, Mo., and holds master's degrees from Gnllaudet College In Washington and the University of California. He is a native iCtissourian. He will assume his new duties Immediately. Ordinance Thwarts Hunt CENTRALIA, HI. (/P>—An old ordinance was dusted oil to protect squirrels from itchy-fingered hunters on city property. The old law restricts use of firearms and bans hunting around city lakes except (or migratory birds in season. Cherry Backers Win Opposition To McCastlain MTTLE ROCK OP)—H. M. fTeri) McCnstlaln will not seek rc-elcctinn n.s chief clerk of the House of Representatives because of "hitler opposition" from supporters of Jnrir-c- Francis CHerry. NfcCiistlatn. who hn.i held the Joh since 1945. .;, Snturclnv Mint he hail 03 sinned pledges of support from representatives to the 1!)53 session. Only 51 votes are needed to elect the chief clerk, and Mc- Cn.sllain had no opposition. But the Brlnklcy politician said he withdrew -to preserve harmony." He said some of Ihc strongest supporters of f3einoi:rat!c Gubernatorial Nominee Clu-ny in McCnst- lain's home county of Monroe were "bitterly opposed" lo his re-election. "The job of chief clerk does not Justify a floor fight," commented McCasllnin. Horses Sub for Machines ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Canada m—Young Indlnns rounded up will! horses north of hero fnr district farmers. Power machinery had been bogged by l\cavy rains and the horses were in great" demand. Jarmon's Newest in WHITE BUCK ...and Red Rubber Soles for Smart Style and Extra Comfort f rosly uliile hnck upper Icallicr, uiulcrjcorcd" l>y a tnft, dcep-vSi-lding re,! riil.bcr sole, pivos you comfoM spelled out m jniarl slylc. It's the national campus favorite Come by today anr! discover for ym lr .,c!f ihc .superb comfort of Jarman '•friendliness of fil." One o/ Arkansas' Largest Selections of Men's Shoes and Boots KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store VV". 13, Howard as temporary chairman nnd keynote speaker'/or the stole convention; Earl Williams of Fayelteville for temporary secretary; selected Jack Daily of Ft. Kmilh for permanent chairman, and Mack West of 1'aragould (or permanent secretary. \ f>avls fo Slake Address 2. Announced lhal Dr. Oranvillc Davis, president of I.iitle Rock Junior College, wilt make the welcoming address at the convention. 3. Raid he would announce the first of hl.s prospective appointees, five members of ihc Highway Commission, around Oct. 15. 4. Said Hep. Carroll llollensworlh of Bradley County mis "acceptable" to him as speaker of Die House in Die 1053 General Assembly. The Democratic State Coinmlltce, except (or Us three officers, is composed of a man and woman from each congressional district, plus one member from each Judicial district. The officers, including one woman (the vire chairman), are chosen Jrom the state u large. Cherry said he would propose hat two members bo named from each Judicial district and require .hat one be a woman. This would the commiuce's membership from 32 to 50. Cherry said he had not made a •hoice for the vice chairman, which )y party rules must be a woman, Others Already \amed : le previously said he wanted '.elfel Gentry of Uttlc Rock, his campaign manager, for chairman, and a Little Rock court reporter, William 1 s . (Bill) Dowen, (or secretary. Cherry declined to name any of ils prospective appointees, 'and vonld say only that he would name he five highway commissioners, ncluding one woman, before Oct 5. Hollensworth. a veteran member ol Ihc lerjislalure, has claimed enough pledges to assure his elec- ion as speaker. "I said before Ihe eleclion lliat would work wilh anybody the louse elected." commented Cherry. "I understand that Mr. lollcnsworth has enough pledges o get the Job If he wants It, That s agreeable (o me. Certainly, he s acceptable." MONDAY, SEPT. 15, 1953 BOV FOR SALE — A slab of concrete takes the place of an auction block (or mini Esposlto as he awaits hU sale to a fanner at the annual Child Market in licnevento, Italy, Boys from poor families are .sold to rich farmers for one year for the equivalent of.from $8.50 to $10 and several bushels of grain. Italian labor ministry officials say that the lx>ys are well trained in this "time-accepted for,,, of hiring farm labor for lower work such as stable cleaning and goat watching." (AT Wirephoto) Kansas, to-wit: Amendment No. 18 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, adopted by the electors of this State at the General Election held and conducted on the lith day of November, 1928, is hereby amended to read as follows: SECTION r. It being most appar- ;nt that privately operated factories, ndustries and transportation facilities are necessary for the 'development of a community and for Ihe welfare o( its Inhabitants, an annual tax of not exceeding one .per cent ol the assessed valuation of ill taxable property within the cor- [jorate boundaries thereof may IK levied by cities of the and second class lor the purpose ci providing funds to be u a ed (or the acquisition of sites within or without such cities and for tbe construction of such sites of buildings and I'ROrOSKI) CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 41 OF. IT RESOLVED by the House o( Representatives of the State of Amansn-s and by the Senate, a majority of All the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following Is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Con- stilution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general election (or Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon In such election adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part o( the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. That tne Constilu- tum of the State of Arkansas be PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMK.ND.W.NT NO. 13 DE IT RESOLVED by the [louse of Representatives of the State of Arkansas nnd by tiie Senate of the State of Arkansas, n Majority of All tlic MeniDers Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of ArKansus, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection p.t the next general eleclion for Representatives and Senators, if n majority of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the Stpte of Ar- other facilities, for lease or sale lor amended modifying Section 19 of the aforesaid purposes, or for the Article 7 and Section 3 of Amcnd- amortization of bonds bearing in-| mtmt No - 2i * of said Constitution, tcrest at not more than four per | *° as to provide for the election of cent per annurr. -ssued for such I a County Cleric in all of the said purposes. count!". 1 ! of the state, as follows: SECTION 2, When petitioned b 5 ' nf'T'cmmi'v' rTl """ "^ e ' eC ",° n not less than ten per cent ol tne I °/ 0 ," ^ s are n ereb" PO " " pop " la ' the City Council or other govern- ~" " ing body nr any such city shall call for an election to be held not m'TC than ninety days thereafter for the purpose of having the qualified electors vote In the nroposition. SECTION 3. The General As£em- lation as shall be required to effectuate the purposes tien'or. APPROVED: March 20. 1951. Secretary of Slate C. G. HALL Frost kills all varieties of corn. in like manner as a Circuit Clerk, nnd in such cases, the County Clerk may be ex oflicio Clerk of the Probate Court ol such county until otherwise provided by (he General Assembly." bfcuutw 3. The General Astern-, fc Tins Amendment .shall be In (ull bly shall enact such enabling legls-'force and e'ftect upon and a f"rlte lot /Ml It- .-hill tsn ........:-._.> ._ _rf_- . . ' -"^a w>Jull nllu illlt.! Hi adoption.' APPROVED, March 20. 1951. Secretary of State C. O. HALL See These Daredevil Drivers At the Fair in Blytheville Tuesday & Wednesday— Sept. 16 & 17 'LUCKY" LOTT STUNT STARS CHOOSE SUPER-SAfETY Of AIRFIYTE CONSTRUCTION T I 5 T-O » I V I A Greater strength' Grcalcr rigidity! Greater protection! Thai's what the Lucky I.'oll slum drivers in their death-defying feats demand in the cars they rime. That's why they choose Nash Golden Air-flues. I'm Airllvic Co'nslruclion assures the cvtr.i margin of safely they require. Outstanding Nash economy and performance, too. have made all Ihrcc Nash Airtlytcs-thc Ambassador, Statesman and Kamblcr-thc favorile of the 1 ucky 1 oil Slum Stars. " Make \our next car a 1952 Nash Golden Airllyte ,-uul enjoy this extra margin of safely and comfort. See The Lucky Loll Stunt Stars In Action! TODAY SHELTON MOTOR CO, Your Nash Dealer In Blytheville Now Double- Duty Dye Makes Fabric Water -Repellent Colorful at Once By FRANK CARKY AI' Science Reporter ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. If) — A laboratory "accident" has led to the development of new, double- duty dyes lhat make fabrics both waler-repellent nnd colorful in one process, Ihe American Chemical Socicly was told today. Dr. Clyde C. DeWitt of Michigan Slate College said the accidental spilling of a chemical compound designed (or quite another use had paved Ihe way for making dyes in the texture or composition of the materials. He told Ihe chemical society's 122nd national meeting lhat In mcihods commonly used today waterproofing is applied after lhe fabric is dyed, and lhat most have a shorter lasting waterproof effect than the new dyes. Nnl Yet'Available DeWitt declared the dyes are not yet available for commercial use, but would probably have first application in awnings, tents and umbrellas. He said (hey should have application for treating clothing fabrics — with potentialities for increasing their durability - but he declared il may be necessary to modify lhe composition o! present dry cleaning materials in order to clean fabrics colored by these dyes. Explaining Ihe "accidenlal" discovery, the chemical engineer told ihis story: Five years ago, he and one ol s graduate students were working on the refining of copper ore J.v a so-called "flotation" process in which panicles of copper are caused to ••float" on the lop of a complex chemical mix. They devised a compound thai would produce an oily film around the copper panicles and at the same lime color them so they could be seen readily. Welling Resisted Some of the special compound spilled on the laboratory door. It was mopped up with a cloth, coloring it in spots. Later, when the same cloth was used to wipe up some water, il was found that lhe colored portions ot the fabric resisted welling. DeWItt said lhe water-repellaDl remain in the material a» i on .. as the dye — an improvement, he said, over the most current waterproofing a»ents. He said the latter have to be rc-applled each time the fabric is cleaned. Rattler fats Rattler In Montana Sector DILLON. Mont, nr,— A man who hunts rattlesnakes for a hobby says the reptile." have turned cannibal. Stewart Schlafkle shot a 30-inch rattler one Sunday and cut off its rattles. FU hiked on a little further and then came back to lhe same spot, where he killed lhe snake. This time he saw another rattler puffed up from a big Sunday dinner. He killed that one and inside was lhe first snake minus the ral- tles he'd removed. Day Right ...without After-Breakfast Slump , rv. The Loire Is the longest," river in France. \Vhy tiari the day feet- ing ilul! and IOKV he* -, cause of (po much acid churning in your stomach? Jusi I or 2 Turns, i\m-nafterhreakfasiu ill pull you o u ( o f t fi a t "aftcr-Eut-akf;iM slump" — ptn you hack on Top of ihc world again. Tunis quickl) 1 neiiir.ilije excess acid. Cntifiurt no soda to ovcr-iilkali/e , . . or ciute aciil rebound, No mixing, no water needed. Just cat like candy. Always keep Tunis handy lor record-fa M relief from acid sioniacli. Stiti only I0i a Holt "Change of Life Made Me Jcream at My Husband" ^7-^.S^wS J &SS: '£«'£ TSKlSf S3 1 K ?"<X of £3S?; !UF/$''" MEN WANTED BY BUCHANAN CHEVROLET CO. We need a first class BODY & PAINT man . . . also comliinalian MECHANIC & BODY & PAINT man to lake charge of our used car ricpnrfmenl. Top salaries. House to mov« in. Phone Osceola, 707, immediately. wwh srjrjrs,'•""•- Growth of corn is checked by cool i £ Buchanan Chevrolet Co. ^ Osceola, Ark. i TSii mokes a home foundry out of your v/asher. Two slurdy Tubs, self-draining, on a stand ihat'i built like n bridge. It will serve you wall no matter how tough the treatment. witft -the. purchase, of3 Take your choice of lhe Dexler line while this amazing ofTer lasts! Every modern impiovemenl and feature, every size and slyfe. Test wash wilh a Dexler and you'll Jmow it's the washer for youl Dexter \Vasher as low as SI 09.95 Rinse Till) Set . 25.95 AND YOUR OLD WASHER LOWEST TERMS — SEE THIS BARGAIN TODAY MOORE'S 306 East Main Phone 2660

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