The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 21, 1952
Page 9
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MONDAY, JtJLT 21, 1952 5 State Rail Unions Deny Support of Gov. McMath; Political Action Increases K.11J1BT1LLB By The AMorlited Press Action in Arkansas' Democratic gubernatorial nomination contest flared anew on two fronts during tlie past weekend. Five of the largest rail unions in : " — .-,.~.v i., n * K the state denied a report published! " IE the McMalh administration with In the national railway union mag-i crlmc nl ? d corr "P t >°' 1 -" •- •- • B Meanwhile all five candidates pressure on Individual members of the Pulaskl County Grand Jury. He said "the governor knows . . . better than/anybody why ' no Indictments were obtained following release of the HAC report charg COTTRTCT "Labor" that 18 of the „..., favored Gov. McMalh for a third term. Legislative representatives of two Arkansas News Briefs— Judge to Court for Accounting Of Poll Tax 'Discrepancies' By The Assocl«t«! Prmt MARIANNA-Counly Judge Edward Rolwrtjou said he would go lo court at Searcy today to requwL » forced accounting of "unexplained discrepancies" In Lee County poll lax receipts. Robertson said last night that « Negro political leader In the county has bowled that he will deliver "block votes" to Sheriff s C Lane ton for, re-election. The Judge, who I, opposing Ungston /or the sheriffs office said the Negro has been giving out "free poll tax receipts" anci that LS'IIB- ston refused to let Robertson see certain receipts he questioned made preparations for extensve u »* _. speaking lours and appearances dur-j "Ornson Man elected by Letter Carriers "*' extensive [ ncesdur- the July A third candidate for the nornt-| He has several radio talkathons ! nation. Ally. Gen. Ike Murry, said ] scheduled for the Inltcr part of no Indictments were returned following the Highway Audit Commission investigations because of week if the Democratic National Convention adjourns early cnoiuh to allow him adequate radio time Convent ions Need Less Spirit Of Carnivals, Fulbright Says CHICAGO Hi — What political, business in a carnival atmosphere " conventions need. Sen. J. William he said. Fiilbrlght <D-Ark) said today, :sl Fulbright will be nominated for less ot the carnival spirit. I the democratic presidential nomi- "Why all the bands? Why all the nition and Arkansas' 2 1 " voles are ' carnival tricks?" he asked. - " His point, be lold n reporter, is that polilical conventions are for a very imporlant purpose—lo select presidential nominees — nnd IJ'ITLE ROCK-Delegates attending the Arkansas Rural Letter Carriers' Association convention here, elected J. A. Hudson „( Harrison as their new president. Harrison Other officers elected Saturday were: John K. May of Rose B,,d and Victor Morgan of Searcy. vice presidents; Wylie J. Robert, of con- Mrs. Luther Reid of Conway was elected president of the Aux,,,ary. oiher officers are: Mrs. v. M. Morgan of seamy ce dent; Mrs. w. W. , idams ol Qas5vm< , secretarv-treasurer- Mrs Bent °" VlUe Ch dies e Funeral tor DeQueen Editor to Be Tomorrow DBQUEEN- -Funeral services for Ralph B. Kite, editor of the ce and Dequ " n Daii ' °' portant group try pledged to him. No Rands Planned He snid he plans to hire no bands _ niiu or demonstrators, nor put up ban- should" b"e"co'n'ducted"iir a' serious! 1 el ' s and pass out b "tt°ns. but he businesslike atmosphere. '™ s ?, y he th °»6ht "a quiet cmn- "You seldom see any other lm-! pa '. Bn ™ 1 be ln crder ' try to conduct its L " c smilingly admitted he might I be described as "a quiet, dignified" candidate for tl\c nomination. Fred Pickens. Arkansas delegation chairman, told Fulbright yesterday "you aren't just our favorite son candidate — we want lo get the nomination for you." And Rep. Brooks Hays (D—Ark) who long has plugged Fulbright for the nomination, urged the Arkansans to "talk Fulbrigbt up" as a man above party bitterness nnd antagonisms who can compose party differences. Whaley lo \omfnafe Him Pulbrlght's name is lo be placed in nomination by Storm Whaley, Siloam Springs. The 32-member delegation yesterday named a steering commit- Pour Saturday Deaths Reported Total for Week Extended to 10; Negro Fatally Hurt .. By The Associated Press The sUte's violent death toll for the week ending Sunday midnight rose to 10 with the recording of four fatalities on Satu'rday. Herschel Ernest Oarner. 47.died Saturday night in Payettevillc from injuries suffered when a 600 pound septic tank rolled Into a hole he was preparing for installation of the tank. The incident occured near Parmin»ton, Ark. Negro Futilly Hurt Ft. Smith Police Officers Lee Heathcock and Prank Montgomery said'Poster Dixon, 50-year-old Ft. Smith Negro, was Injured fatally aturday night in a two car collis- n at Ft. Smith. Twelve-year-oln Sharon Camp was drowned while wading in the White River near Newport Saturday with her parent-i Mr. and Mrs. Horace Camp and two brothers. Boy Is Killed James Wayne Wells, 9, of Greenbrier was injured fatally Saturday when he was hit by a truck while crossing Highway 65 about 15 miles north of Conwsiy. During the, past week, five persons died in traffic accidents, two drowned, one In a homicide, one death by suffocation and one death attributed to a miscellaneous cause. ^ of De- Ike Keeps Silent on Choice For Democrats-// He Has One Eisenhower has a favorite candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination--someone that he as the Republican nominee would prefer to run against—he is keening mum about it. tee. headed by Clyde Brown. Hot Springs. lo advance Fulbright's cause and keep It Informed of other convention developments. In other action here yesterday, the group voted to arrange for Hays of Little Rock to speak for Arkansas in any floor debate on civil rights. Hays is not a delegate to the convention. He was ducking that matter today as the Derno- questions on crats opened their" national conven- tlon in Chicago to pick his opponent in the November election. The general is vacationing at a Rocky Mountain ranch 72 miles west of his campaign headquarters a political staff is at completed three and also has started a portrait of Nielsen. Also he has copied an Indian girl's head from a magalzne. In 1 Denver, Eisenhower headquarters announced that he has received an invitation to Address the-national convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars opening Aug. ,1 m Los Angeles. He will decide whether to accept within a few days. If he does, the speech probably would be his first major address W4RNI.VG OKDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka- siirha District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Virginia Cantrell, Ptf. v«. No. 13.110 Gene Cantrell, Dft. The defendant. Gene Cantrell. Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Virginia Cantrell. Dated this 12 day of July, 1053. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Laverne Ball, D.c. C. P. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. cook, atty ad litem. l-U-21-Za »-« EARLS Real Estate & Loan Co. ANNOUNCES the opening of a new office just East of the Junction of Highway 61 and 84 at Hayfi, Mo We have over 15,000 acres of farm land for sale ranging in size from^O acres to 3,000 acres. SEE US IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, OR TRADE! WE MAKE LONG TERM FARM LOANS! Office Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hayti, Mo. Phone 555 BAKERVILLE OFFICE Phone Kennett 8-9177 Kcnnett Nife Phones A. T. Earls 8-9117 A. J. Earls 8-9177 Raymond Earls 8-2108 the e\v York Aug. 25. Army Releases Text The Army released yesterday texts of Gen. Eisenhower's here, where a political staff is at a , ih» n»r,",Vhi-""" —"J" 1 xuuress work e Republican nominee. He al- Newsmen have no direct access Amerlr^r "^ to , adtlress lhe to him at Ihe secluded ranch where 'H™ »i M H- f nallona> he and an old friend. Aksel Nielsen, ••-- -- • oQUare Garden In are "batching it" and cooking their own meals. So reporters asked Eisenhower Press Secretary James C. Hagerty, who talks, lo the general daily by telephone, fo find out whether he has a favorite Democratic candidate. Hagerty said he put the question but that the general wasn't going to name his choice—if he has one. The general slept late at his vacation retreat yesterday morning-, then prepared a breakfast of pancakes, sausage, tomato juice and coffee. Time Spent Palntlnj An amateur artist, he spent a good part of Ihe rest of the day on the fourlh landscape painting resignation from the Army July 12. the Army order formally releasing him. and a personal note from Army Secretary Frank Pace Jr. Eisenhower's, letter and Ihe Army order were brief and official The letter from Pace B ald, however: "It is wilh great regret that I accept the resignation of your commission in the Army. In Ihe discharge of Ihe grave responsibilities you have borne you have displayed Ihe highest order of devotion to the causes of freedom and inspirational leadership in your various mililary assignments. "In consequence, as you leave, you take with you not only Ihe gratitude of Ihe Army but thai of Ihe entire free world as well. May I take this 'opportunity to convey to. you my own personal regards and esteem. With your departure the whole Army feels a deep sense of loss." I Bear Visits New City; I Citizens' Eyo Drops FONTANA. Calif. f/Pj — Residents 1 o( Fontana wore proud when their j city wns incorporated rcrmlly. but something happened lo dampen their CKO. It seems a 500-ponml brown hear I hadn't heard about the Incorpora- ; lion order and wandered Into town from the mountains nearby. Sheriff's deputies shot It six blocks from (lie center of the city. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMKND.MKNT NO. 43 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the State of Arkansas and by the senate of the State of Arkansas, n Majority of All (he Mernftcrs Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the rotlowln? Is nereuy proposed as an amendment to the Con- stitution of the BUIe of Ar*«nsM, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State lor approval or rejection at the next general election lor Representatives and Senators, If a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such on election, adopt such amendment, Ihe f»me shell become a part of the Contention of the state of Arkansas, to-wif. Amendment No. is to the Constitution of Ihe State of Arkansas adopled by the electors o( this State at the Ocncral Election held and conducted on the 6th day of November, 1928. is hereby amended lo read aa follows: SECTION I. It being most apparent (hat. privately operated factories industries and transportation facilities arc necessary for the develop, incut of a community and for the welfare of its inhabitants, an annual tax of not exceeding one per cent of the assessed valuaiion of all taxable property within the corporate boundaries thereof may be levied by cities o( ilw first and second CIH.S.S for the purpose of providing funde lo be u*ed for (lie acquisition of sites within or without such cities anci /or Ihe construction of such sites o( buildings and other facilities, for lease or sale, for the aforesaid purposes, or for the amortization o( bonds bearing in- terest at not more than four per cent per annum Issued for tuch purposes. SECTION J. When petitioned bf not less than ten per c«nt ot tht qualified electors residing therein, the City Council .or other governing body of any sucn city shall call for an election to be held not more than ninety dnys thereafter for th« purpose o! having the qualified electors vote In Ihe proposition. SECTION 3. The General Assembly shall enact such enabling legislation as shall be required' to effectuate the purposes nereor. APPROVED; March 20. 1951. Secretary of Start C. G. HALL • C!ib BARTON tor Atrorney General • Has mnrc experience than all Ills npponent.i combined. • Endorsed 100% at home by lawyers anil Jiiilups] 1'ollclrM Arfvmislni ID, t)ir cinil-l «tary of fllb Ha,ton. Paid br Paull * REVIVAL First Assembly of God 7th & Ash (The Only Assembly of God Church In Hlyllicville) kllh millions who male IMhtirllrst tholce «2^^ IAL TRADE OFFER We have several automobile agencies, tractor agencies and cotton elns for sale. 7h» Tin tf tkt Century! 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