The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1950 · Page 3
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MONDAY, AUGUST 28,' 1969 McMatk's'Double-Cross Closed Children s Home, MacKrell Says (ARK.) coiraiER NEWS ... LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 28. (AP)-James (Uncle Mac)* MacKrell claims that a "double-cross" by Governor 'MeMath led to the closing of a children's home he has-opera ted gince 1945. But the governor says it isirt so. " Closing of Arkansas Academy, located at nearby'Mabel- vale, because of financial difficulties was announced Sat- Urrlav ' t urday. &"»lay MacKrell Issued a state- alleging: *". McMath and some of his associates piomised MncKrell that if he would run (or lieutenant governor rhls year and say he was not opposed to a second term for McMath, they wou'd pay h|s campaign expenses: 2. Truman Baker, whom he iden- H'led ss an associate of McMath, Save his money every Monday in t^e campaign preceding (his summer's Democratic primaries; 3. After the election, in which u.cMath 'A-as renominated but MacKrell was 'defeated,' McMath asked MacKrell what he could do for him and MacKrell said he wanted a good board for the children's home; MacKrell suggested that Mrs. Hen'!' Bethel, state welfare commissioner, and Tom Downey, who was r-ominatnd foi Pulaski prosecutor I" the first Democratic primary, be named In the board; "McMalh Gave Ordrr" 4. Later, Mrs Bethel told fill to McMath for the IMS.guber- natorlal nomination, has financed the home through contributions solicited by ladio programs and ner- sonal appearances. He said yesterday he was "completely out of a job and broke." ^ Governor Is Kmphatle McMath -coimterert by saying only truth" In MacKreri's statement "is that he came to me and talked-about the school and asked if the slate, would take It over." The governor said he explained that would require an act of the legislature. McMath added that an Investigation showed "living conditions were bad' at the home and that "the children were Just about destitute." "The 'state sent some food to the. ' nine unlil arrangements coulcf b« made co rerun) the children to rela UNESCO Group Meets Today PARIS, Aug. 28. (/!•)—UNESCO's executive council meets here today to try »nd decide what It can do In Korea. The council,, steering group for the United Nalions Educational, Scientific and cultural Organlia- tlon, was to discuss a draft resolution assigned to a special commlt- t" ' •• ••••omrnUon. The U. S. 'the and other delegates had urged all- live.- 01 place them In temporary . ater, Mrs Behel told Mac- " to ^ ""•" uu Krell that McMath had ordered the nt lhe home. children's home closed and the chi|-j ' — *' hec *™ o '' foster homes." the governor said Thirty-three children, ranging in age from three to 17 years, resided "Over 75,000 persons have $1 or] •a'd. "and I'm sure It will make them so mad that he • (McMath) Mil never undo what he has done In closing the home. I am going to the full explanation how he •tale-crossed me and mail it to •• people." MacKrelt, an unsuccessful oppon- GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Aug. 2«. (AP)—Smoke was reported -sw:rling out of a tower of the Kent •build- Ing. Firemen found otherwise. It was a swarm of bugs. ' Most pumps now used In Holland to drain swampland *re steum or Hiesel driven. against North Koreans. The council's chairman, Count Setfano Jaclnl of Italy, said the council In a secret session Saturday had unanimously "deplored the violation * ' Korea." Jacinl added of international law In that — council mem bers had agreed on a large number of points wilh regard to U. N. actions in Korea and what support It should be given. Suggestions for UNESCO Include the giving of immediate assistance to refugees, the teaching of U.N; alms and Ideals in Korea, arid possible help In reconstruction. Fellow Worker Breaks Three-Story Plunge DETROIT, At!g. 38. (AP)—Three stories up, Eugene Casey. 23, was at work on his painter's chair. Beneath him on the ground was Al Bodnar, 40, fellow worker. The chair collapsed and Casey fell. Bodnar, with arm's outstretched, broke the fall. Casey, weight 140, *uff»red reported minor Injurlw. Bodn»r, about JOO, w«sn't hurt it all. DREIFUS Mock far So Little! EMERSON'S AMAZING NEW AC-Dt COWACT MOML 587 Ev»ryon« knows about th« truly wonderful ton» and a ma ring performance of Eroerion Compact Radios. Never before, however, have »o many refinements—«o much advanced radio engineering — been built into a small table model. Here'* an AC-DC Superheterodyne with built-in aerial, iUd»- rule dial — airplane de- •ign, 3-dimensional grille, beautiful ebony plastic ease! And JUST LOOK AT THE LOW PRICE I America'i Greofeit 41/OC AC-DC Va'iMf ONLY tQ^ 3 'Emersonizc* Your Home.. Multiply Your Pleasure New 1949 Model. 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U.S. Denies Raid On Manchuria Chinese Communist* Claim Americans Hit 3 Border Villages TOKYO, Aug. 28. (,l'>-The Chinese Communists char 8 rd lodny that American planes nttni-kcd three Manchurinn villager. The charge wai promptly and strongly drnlirt by a Far Knst Air Forces sriokes- Choii En-i.nl. Red China's foreign minister, wns reported by (he Pol- plug radio as messaging Secretary of Stale Ache»>n a protest and «p- pea ng to the United Nalions Mr •acllon' against the United State? The broadcast heard here said three Mnnchnrlan villages near the Korean border were slrafed Sunday and that a reconnaissance mission WM flown over a fourth town. Flat Denial I**ue<l The Atr Forces spokesman said flatly: "No Air Force aircraft have been over Manchuria." He «dcled that all American crewj are briefed carefully to avoid nny flights over that territory from which the Korean peninsula luls Into the Sea nl Japan. A newly established regulation against directly quoting military spokesmen was relaxed to permit direct use of the denial. . . • : The Chinese Communist foreign iiiinistei demanded that those "responsible" fur ihe alleged attacks be punished and that the United States pay damages. Chou's demand was addressed lo Trygve Lie. UN. secretary-general. Three Cities Named The Red Radio quoted Chon's message to Acheson as saying U.S. planes altncked Anlung, Lluclilang NOTICE OF AXNUAI, SCHOOL MJiCTION IN- AKMORFI, SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. I OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY,' ARKANSAS Notice Ix hereby given that the annual school election In the above named District will be held on September 16, 1050, tor the following purposes: The election o( a member of ihe Comity Board of Education for a term of 5 y ear s. The election of one director for a term of 5 years. To submit the question of voting a total school tax of 29 mills, as set oul In the District's budget, which shall Include, in addition lo the mlllaRe for the operation and maintenance tit the schools, u mills which shall be a continuing building fund lax for the purpose of paying the principal and Interest of all now ouktanciing bond iMiies, including *n lt«u* dated June 1, 1950. Any surplus revenue from the building fund mlllage, after the payment of principal mid Interest ol tin bond* maturing that ye«r »nd providing for the next six mouth*' Interest on all outstanding bonds, may b« used by the District for any other school purpose. The polls will open at «:00 o'clock A.M. anrt will close at «:JO o'clock P.M. on September 2«, 16SO, at the following polling places In the District. lo-w!t: GIVEN this M day of August, nnd Tazufu. Thcje points are north of and along the Yalu River, boundary between Korea and Manchuria, Chou said also (hat two B-29s flew ovci the Vulu, on n leu-minute reconnaissance in the Chlan area Sunday. The Air Forces spokesman said the norlhermnost bombing raid by n-2Ss smithy was an attack on the Kyomlpo iron and steel plant 20 miles southwest of Pyongyang, North Korean capital. NOT ICY Notice Is hereby given that th» undersigned has filed 7,'lth Coni- mt<ioner of Revenues of the SUt* of Arkansas for permit to Mil and dispense beer at retail on the premises described ss 125 S. 5th, Blythe- vllle, Mississippi County. Tlie undersigned *t«te« that h« Is a citizen of Arkansas, of jood moral character, that he ha* never been convicted of a felonjr or other crime involving moral ' turpitude; Chat no license to sen beer ay the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned ha* never been convicted of violating the l»w« of thl* stale, or any other Mate, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquor*. Application Ls lor permit lo'b* I*sued for operation beginning on the 26 day of August 1950, and to e«pire on the 90 day of June, 1M1. Marshall Taylor Subscribed and sworn to b»for» me this 36 day of August 18SO. Mm. Marshall Blsckard Notary Puhlte My Commission e»plre«: 1941. ' Dikes «nd other reclamation |wo- Jects 'protect million* of ccrei in th« Nethertandi from the ut. I960. John Mayei, County Supervisor William Berrymmn, County Sheriff Pint oftht Pint Can in Falut Just how need a really fine car cost? Y OU'LL find the answer written in the delivered price tags of this bold and strapping beauty pictured here. It's a Buick RO/VDMASTER — and you have only to put yourself behind the wheel to see that it is truly fine by any yardstick. But it leaves the factory carrying the lowest price per pound of any car in the fine-car field, lhat means that the money that }<ocs into its building goes for things that really count— For a big, husky Fireball straight-eight engine of 152 hp and all the brilliance of performance the highways can handle— For room that measures up with the biggest, and for comfort contrived of deep soft scats and abundant space for taking it easy — For a ride that's literally "out of this world," soft and easy as only all-coil springing can make it, yet firm and TOTI In HENJV 1. rAYlOe. ABC N«fwwl. <v*y MonJsy nn1r.fi. CJ.W ••. •'**£-'>» '^^,_ ** >. L •' '-:*~' steady always, thanks to torque-tube drive — For handling that'is leather-light, for (he complete smoothness of Dynnflow Drive as standard equipment, for a whole bust of fine-car touches such as rich upholstery materials, flexible- spoke steering wheel, non-glare rearview mirror, even automatic windshield washers,all included in lite price. Acs, the big question RoAUMASTEK answers is not liow much a really fine car costs; but how little you need to pay to get all that a fine car can give. Drop in any time on your Buiek dealer for a trial ride in a ROADMASTKK—and the surprisingly happy news on its delivered prices. --^5"7«76 M LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK CO. Walnut at Broadway Phone 555 WHIN HTT« AUTOMOIILIi AMI tUHT IUICK Will IUIIO THEM

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