The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1950 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 17, 1950
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! BIGHT BTATHKVTI,LE (AKK.)' COUTUKR MEWS TUESDAY, JANT7ART IT,' 19m Rep. Tackeft Hits SPA Power Grab Interior Department Accused of Attempt To Socialize Utilities WASHINGTON. Jan. 17. l:\' — Htp. Tackelt <D-Ark> yesterday accused the Interior Department of a "back-door" attempt to socialize electric power hi the country. "Interior looks upon Itself as the - federal agency that must have com- plete control over federal activities .. and regulations relating to the grn- . crating, transmission and distribution of power-." Tackelt told (he , House. Simultaneously, he Introduced fl " bill which would tie a string to all future loans by the Rural Electrification Administration. It also would freeze loans approved up lo '' Jan. 14 on which money hns not bsen paid out. Tackett said interior is a federal ,' agency that "has always borne ' watching," and that it is represented In his slate by the Southwestern Power Administration '• which he accused of having "ul- " terior motives." Through SPA. he said, the <le ' partment is attempting to control - electric power In his slate. • Seeks lo Take Over 1 SPA. he said, seeks to bullci 'steam-generating plants and even' tually to own and operate all electric transmission lines built with REA funds. Congress, he said, failed to an' thorlze SPA to launch such activi- • ties but despite this SPA and the Interior Department seek to use REA "to foster their grandiose scheme." He contended "these maneuvers' by the department "are the work o underlings and 'little bureaucrats working in cahoots with outsiders , these outsiders are only inter ested In making a quick buck a the expense of American farmer 1 and taxpayers." Tacketl contended pending con tracts between the SPA and In Congress and permit SPA to buil REA go beyond the authorization o • : and operate steam generatln " plants. ' This, he said, not only mny dela construction of needed clectrl ' 'transmission lines to serve rut; '"areas but will enable SPA to get = ' stranglehold on free operations an • "lead to complete regulation of rurfi '."electric cooperatives by SPA. Slow-Moyin'g Hollywood Chess Groups Finally Announce Award for 194 HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 17- (/J')--TI Hollywood chesa groups ted named Virginia Mayo the mo Pastor Gets 50 Years for Fatal Shooting of Wife ROCHKSTKR. M. Y. t Jan- * 7 #' —The KfiV- Geomc P. Hetenyi, 40- year-old Episcopal supply pallor, was sentenced Monday to serve 50 years to life in prison for Hie fatal mooting of his prctly, young wife. Heienyi was convicted Dec, 5^ on a second degree murder charge. The cntence Riven by Monroe County mi gc Da n IP 1 J. O'Ma i u wa s 3 0 pars more than the minimum possible under state law. U, iSnrmun W. Kapsrr Sgl. I.^Ha M. H*>l«onibe TO SKKK KKCKUiTS—Recruiting schedule.?, on a monthly basts, ill be conducted at the Blytheville Recruiting station, beginning Thurs- 'Hie two recruiting officers will be here one day each month. Recruiting officers for the Wom-< I's Army Corps, Women's Air orce. Aviation Cadet Training and 'nvigators, ^vill bo at the U.S. Army ecriifting Station at the City Hall "hnrsday. Lt. Norman W. Kl-eser and Sgt, etta M. Holcombe will lie here for chpdnles once each month, but a efintle dale v;ill not too scheduled )r visits other than January. Lieutenant K noser will bt 1 at the lEicruUins Statioji from 8 a.m. nn- I 2 p.m. and Syt. Holrntnbe will e there from 1 p.m. until 5 pjji. Lieutenant Ksicscr will Interview pplicanl.s for nnvlf-ator.s and Avln- lon cadet training, ns well as appll- ts for Officer's Candidate school. beautiful girl of 10-16. That's right—194ft. Herman Stelner, United Stales champion and chess editor of the jos Angeles Times who heads the iroun?. said they decided to mako he n\vnr<l in 1946 but Just gol firoutul to it now. The delay? Well, they're chew players, after all. Factor fuel Blast njured Mother and -icr Three Daughters 1IUGHF.S, Ark.. Jan. 17. (/Pj—A [Other and three children were love blow up as a fire WHS br erkni.sJy injured yesterday when a tarteit with iraetof fuel. They were Mrs. VergEe Martin (Hint 40; Louise Martin, 17; Mary Evelyn Martin, six, and Pc'Rgy Jean artin, five months. They live or he Lipscy Plantation alx>ut sever niles from here. An nmbtilance carried them to s Memphis ho.spital, where they were •eporled in serious condition. WANNING The defendant L. S, Harlwg Is hereby warned lo appear in the Circuit Court for the Chltrknsawba District of Mi.sflfe.slpp! County, Arkansas within thirty days and RIVSWCI the complaint of plaintiff, Fidel It* Mutual Insurance Company, filec against W. L. Tamkf. L. S, Ilnrtzog et al. in said court in No 4317 and upon his failure so to do the complaint will bo, taken n,s con Ksed. \VHnew> my hand as the CJurk o said Circuit Court and the sea thereof this 29 day of DeecmiK'i 1049. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerl By Betty Butm, D.C O^car Fendler, ntty. for PI. James M. Roy, atty. ad lit. 1 3-10-17-2 Senate Committee Okays Appointment of Chapman WASHINGTON, Jnt). 1C —01*) • WASHINGTON, Jail- 17—</!'* The Senate Interior Commute Monday K^ve urianimuu.s approva :o Oscar Chapman's nomination fo Both Dcmncrats and Republican heaped \\ords of on Clinp man, who was named by Prcstricn frm-nan on Dee. 1 lo suc-tecd J A. Kriiff* Chapman had been un dersec rotary. lie has been serving UK sccretar since his appointment, At a conimtttcc hearing, no si word of opposition to Chapman wa. voiced. The Senate is expected to RH quick - confirmation to the noir ination. Real Estate Transfers (C)ili'kii<snYtot District) Susan Moore lo Ophelia Cochran, x>t 11 of Block 3 of Hie W. W. Hoi- peter Second Addition, $200, Earnest, ami Manda Hill to George V. Wiggs, IJA 10 of Block 2 of the iVihon Second Addition. 5200. Earl and Alk'C Mugcrs lo Irene Uagevs Duncan. I-ots 23 and 24 In Block 4 of llic First Addition lo Dell, $1 niici otiter consideration. Alice Miiloue to Josephine Mar- scrum, Lot 28 of Block 2 of the W. V. Hollipcter Second Addition, S250. Susan Moore to Louis and Ma: ,ha Johnson, Lot 32 of Block 7 of .he W. W. Ilotlijjetcr Second Addi:!on, $200. Susan Moore lo Beatrice Smith Bains, Lot 25 of Block 1 of ilie W. W. Kollipeter Second Addition, $200 Kemp E. and Mary K. Whi.sen- mnt and James R. and Elizabeth Deal to Ralph W. aii'l Zelma Trammell, Lot a of Block 7 of the David Acres Subdivision, $800. E. B. and Rovene C. David to Kemp E. Wlilsonhiint and James R Deal, Loi 8 of Block 7 of the Davii Acres Subdivision $10 anil othe consideration. " Grovcr and Dorothy L. Snider to the directors and stockholders of the Merchants and Planters Bank of Manila, all of Lot 62A of Block of the Original Survey of Manila, $2,000. Maude Irene Oliver to Irraa O. Bunoli, North 75 feet of Lot 1 of Block "I!" of the Morris Addition, $1 and other consideration. H. H. and Lucy Houchlns to Ray and K. Ardelle Johnston, Lot 3 of Block 5 of the Country Club Drive, $1,100. • Irtna O. Bunch to Maude Irene Oliver, North 15 feet of Lot 1 of Block "B" of the Morris Addition to Btyllicville, $1 and other consideration. Irene Crowdcr to James A. and Mary J. Dillaliunt. Lot 3 of the Willie Beasley Subdivision, $6.000. Mrs. J. T. Mooney to Betty Jo Mooney, all interest in a plot 150 by S3 1-2 feet in Lot 9 of the Replat of the J. !'. Pride and Gateway Subdivision, 31 and other consideration. B. M. and Mary Virginia Terry to Viigil \i. and Clercy Williams, Lot 13 of Block li, according to the re- plat of the North half of the Block 6 of the Chicago Mil! and Lumber Company second addition, $6,400. Homer C. and Willie T, Mosley to Clay and Inez Crisco, N\V;4 of the NK4 of Section 9-15N-10E, $5,3 O. J. Hcuter and Zilhih Heutcr to Jolin K. and Willinc E. Beauien, Lot 5 ot Block "A" of the . J. Kcllter First Addition to Leachville, $500. II. H. and Lucy Hom-hiiu to Harold FiancLs and Wanda Lee Doyle all of Lot 4 of Block * of th« Country Club Drive Addition, «6,«00. William Ixt Walker and Roberta M. Walker to Max Logan and Marold B. Wright, Lot 12 of Block "E" and Lot 5 of Block "A" of the John B. Walker Second Subdivision, $1 and other consideration. Max Logan and Harold B. Wright and Annie Laurie Logan and Marie D. Wright to William E. and Willa Lee Cherry, Lot a of Block "P" of the John B. Walker Subdivision, tl and other consideration. Blytheville Development Company, a corporation to W. C. and Lena Mae Halt, Lot 11 Block 2 of the Wilson First Addition, fl and other consideration. Mary Lou Merritt to Bernard Brackin, Ix>t 17 of Block 27 of the Blytbe Addition, tMOO. ' Three states Lumber Company to E. M. and Lena V. croo't, a Plot • 118.97 acres In section S-14N-11B, I tl and other consideration. Blytheville Development. Company, a corporation, to Augusta Sull- i van, Lot 3 of Block 4 of the Wilson First Addition, $250.. Elvin and Lola Wallace to Myrtle;! Lipford, Lot 3 of Block "E" of the : J. P. Pride Subdivision In SK4 of ; Section 17-15N-11E, $1,600. Much of the coal found in Durango, Colo., area U of coking duality. Washing coal makes it of more I uniform quality and higher heat i value. ' ' : it FB/ Seeks Remainder Of Bank Holdup Loot MEMPHIS, Term., Jan. 17—MY— The FBI. wilh three accused bank robbers in jnU. pressed Us search today for the rest of the loot. Aljout S1.243 was confiscated • by the agenls Saturday nifiht when the trio was arrested shortly after the holdup of the Enville, Tonn., bank. The bank lost S1.8M. D. S. Hosteller, special agent In charge of the Memphis district, identified the prisoners as Jim Bob Bishop, 24; Marion Benjamin Donaldson, Jr., 2G, and Eldie Franklin Sellers, 43—all residents here. They were charged with bank robbery and arraigned before the commissioner a bare 12 hours after the holdup Ht Enville—108 miles uovtheast of here. The Enville bank <.\as robbcc! Sat- j imlny morning, shortly after It I opened. Mrs. J. H. Fr.izier, a clerk, j said two unmasked men threatened her M-iib pistols and ordered her to the vault. WAKNINO OKIJKR The defendant L. S. Haitzog hereby wained lo appear in i Circuit Court for the\vba ] Disirict of Mississippi County. Arkansas within thirty clays and answer the complaint of plaintiff, Indiana Lumbermen. 1 ; Mutual Insurance Company, filed against W. L Tatnke, L. s. Hartzoj;, ct al. in said court in Case No. 431G; and upon his failure -so to do the complaint will be taken as confessed. my hand as the Clerk of said Circuit Court and the seal thereof this 29 day of December, 1949. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Bctly Bunii, D.C. O.scar Fendlcr, atty. for PI. James M. Roy, atty. ad Lit. 1 3-10-17-24 . OI<D, Jr., Special Phone 3683 - Blytheville TW PMMMUl KHUUU OMNVr « UBOU ASTHMA SUFltRERS f1KD CUHB FOR MISERY DUETO ASTHMA ATTACKS: RUSHED HEREI relief from asthm ol succ Read Courier News Want Ads rith . hich _ . . Meti »ml women who formrrly *i1h dre«'l coUKMnp. chokinc. iHinK it PROMETIN coata Jl, but ; rMiilt^, thin i) not extensive, o only a tfv pennies i>er do**-, (IB ^ otvly .1 direcle.Li PROMETIN fi strict iiioneybAck Kiiar«nle« by nip Stors— HlythtviHe — Mail Now. Just lift s lever Its a New Jilting thrill in the ISiO Hash Ambassador! DELIVERED HERE ''Want to know the last word in effortless driving? 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THERE'S MUCH OF TOMORROW IN ALL NASH DOES TODAY SHELTON MOTOR CO. 215 South 2nd Street, Blytheville FEATURING NEW SPRING Rayons and Cottons THEY COST LESS AT WARDS UNB FOR 59c DRESS CHA-ABRAY -^ REDUCED 1 691 PETALDOWN SPRING Carded , ,„,, j resi chambtay w«M« i* « , vari-colored ; ; : every Fair event lEosy-to- Stop in loday. 3 6 "- . W , L 5U.T.NG Yd. DRESSY TISSUE FA.ULE CREPE P1NN ACLE DE LUXE PERCALE PINWALE CORDUROY 169 1 Yd.j Sit:::;-n 5 /3 0i ^

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